Gordon Lewis Center Archived Events

Gordon Lewis Center Archived Events

The Lewis Center is an educational resource for the greater Denver area that seeks to train and equip believers, proclaim the truth of Christianity to unbelievers, and engage culture for the redemptive cause of Christ.

LECTURES

Lectures Held at the Lewis Center

Lewis Center Kick-off Lectures

Date: Monday, September 23, 2013
Speaker: Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Douglas Groothuis
Topic: "Is Faith Beyond Knowledge?"
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Date: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Speaker: Mark Mittelberg
Topic: "Understanding the Secular Landscape"
Audio/Video: Audio is not available

Postmodernism and the Church

Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Speaker: Panel discussion
Topic: "Trojan Horse, Translator, or Traitor: Postmodernism and the Church"
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Spiritual Formation and the Life of the Mind

Date: Monday, February 3, 2014
Speaker: Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Douglas Groothuis
Topic: "Spiritual Formation and the Life of the Mind"
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Christianity & Science: Enemies, Strangers, or Friends?

Date: Monday, October 22, 2014
Speaker: Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Douglas Groothuis
Topic: A lecture on the relationship between Christianity and Science
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Logic and the Mind of God

Date: Friday, February 13, 2015
Speaker: Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Douglas Groothuis
Topic: Discusses the connection between logic and the mind of God
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Difficult Subjects Made Interesting: Academic Teaching Demystified

Date: Wednesday, February, 25, 2015
Speakers: Sarah Geis and Dr. Douglas Groothuis
Topic: A brown-bag lunch seminar on the art and science of teaching challenging subjects, including the theology of teaching, classroom materials, student interaction, and more.
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COMMUNITY COURSES

Taught Courses at the Lewis Center

Decide for Yourself: A World Religions Course

This was an eight-week course on Tuesday evenings that ran from June 3 - July 22, 2014. The text used was Dean Halverson's book The Compact Guide to World Religions. To either stream or download the audio, click the links below.

How Do We Know Christianity Is True?

This was a seven-week course on Thursday evenings that ran from October 2 - November 13, 2014. The text used was William Lane Craig's book On Guard: Defending Your Faith With Reason and Precision. To watch the videos, click the links below.

Thinking Through the Soul and Death

This was a seven-week course from February 5-March 19, 2015 that explored the Christian concept of the soul in relation to death. The course used J.P. Moreland's book, The Soul: How We Know It's Real and Why It Matters, and was taught by Dr. Doug Groothuis, Sarah Geis, and Chad Ellison. Click the links below for video streaming.

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