AC Literary Expedition
There is a brand of Christianity that distinguishes itself from historic Christianity. It questions, and even rejects, traditionally-held Christian doctrines. Known as Progressive Christianity, adherents hold that the Christian faith is not static but dynamic, evolving through the varying historical climate and maturing into what it's truly meant to be. Some claim that it's a legitimate sect of Christianity, while others reject it as having gone too far outside the bounds of what can properly be considered Christianity.
This ACLE session was held on June 27th, 2021. Click the above image or the link below to view or listen to the recording.
In our culture today, there is a lot of discussion around race and racism. One topic that has been gaining much attention is Critical Race Theory. It’s found everywhere: in the government, the media, the university, and the church.
This ACLE session was held on May 6th, 2021. Click the above image or the link below to view or listen to the recording.
In a follow-up to the previous AC Literary Expedition where we examined C. S. Lewis' book, The Abolition of Man, we examine Leslie Allen Paul's similarly-titled book, The Annihilation of Man. We also examine some unpublished papers of Michael Polanyi, the Hungarian-American chemist and philosopher. Both of these men offered similar critique of the secular worldview as Lewis did, where the human is reduced to colliding particles and traditional morality is rejected.
This ACLE session was held on March 16th, 2021. Click the above image or the link below to view or listen to the recording.
C.S. Lewis was a prescient man. He observed the culture around him and saw where it would lead. In his The Abolition of Man, Lewis critiques the kind of materialistic and secular worldview that would have us detached from traditional morality and reinvent what it means to be human.
This ACLE session was held on February 21st, 2021. Click the above image or the link below to view or listen to the recording.