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Our Next Short Course

How Christians in the Past Handled the Chaos of Their Times


John Stonestreet

David Carlson

My favorite Facebook meme for 2020 is, “God please give us precedented times.” We’ve all had enough of the unprecedented times.

But we aren’t the first Christ-followers forced to navigate a dizzying array of global, political, cultural, and health challenges. And we have much to learn from how Christians before us responded to the chaos of their times.

Our next Colson Center Short Course looks at four such Christians: the great Church father St. Augustine of Hippo, Russian dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn, novelist Flannery O’Connor, and Martin Luther King Jr. The course is called “How Four Christians from History Confronted Cultural Chaos,” and begins next Tuesday, October 20th and continues each Tuesday (except for election night) through November 17th.

The course is offered live  via Zoom, with time for questions and answers. If you can’t make a live session, no worries: All who register will receive a link to the recording and resources of each session.

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Colson Center | October 2020

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