Pub Theology topics – Oct 18

In case you missed it, here were the topics on the sheet at Harmony Brewing Co. last Thursday.

1.    Rousseau said that ‘it is impossible to describe true enjoyment.’ Can words fully convey an experience?

2.    Is grace unique to Christianity?

3.    Scientists say dark matter is inferred, not seen.  Could you call that faith?

4.    Is science the discovery of what’s really out there or the construction of a way to perceive it? What about theology?

5.    “‘Real people’ are just as fictional as the characters in a novel; all our encounters with other people depend on our ability to ‘fictionalize’ them.”  Discuss.

6.    Does temporal and cultural distance create an unbridgeable gap between biblical texts and us?


No Pub Theology this week at Harmony in Grand Rapids, or Right Brain in Traverse City, as I will be on the road, and the TC group will break for this month’s Etcetera gathering, at the Good Work Collective.  Still looking for someone willing to help facilitate an ongoing Grand Rapids group – Harmony is a great setting and there is an interested group forming!

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7 responses to “Pub Theology topics – Oct 18

  1. Nancy G.

    Love those questions Bryan! But I’m sure you can do without my humble opinion. We miss you Kiddo…and I need you!

  2. Cassie

    Great questions… If you ever come to a pub near me I will join in… I think we are on different continents though.

  3. Eric Nelson

    I love this idea. Found your book while scanning through the Goodreads theology listing; right up there with Kempis and Nouwen. Huh. Anyway, I’m from Redford, MI and love beer and talking about the big things of life, too. Gonna try to get some discussions going at the local pub.

  4. mwcamp

    Bryan, seemed to have lost your email. I just posted a review on my blog (Deep Thought Pub) and Amazon of PT. Your wife’s book is next on my project list! Please email me to reconnect: michaelwcamp@comcast.net Cheers! ~ Michael

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