What can we say about New England’s spiritual legacy? What do we know of it? How does it continue to shape and impact the religious landscape of New England today? And why have we lost much of it? Our course will be focusing on New England, the origins of Thanksgiving, the Puritan experiment, its Christian […]
1. Christianity and the Importance of Art and the Imagination (Dickerson) For many Christians the imagination is associated with myth, falsehood, and fruitless thinking, and truth is viewed only in terms of propositional doctrines. As a result, the church has often been committed to inspirational posters, but not to art; committed to sermons, but not […]
I hope your summer is going well. Life is busy here at Edwards Institute. Here is a quick update on two of our activities. The Edwards Leadership Academy We are in the early stages of preparing for the fall term. We are working on getting an information meeting set up for Thursday, September 6th for […]
This fall we will be offering a course on the history of the Church in New England, entitled “New England and the Christian Faith: 1620-2013”. For more information, please see this link!
A conference on Christianity & the imagination. Saturday, October 27, 2012, 8am – 5pm at the Presbyterian Church of Manchester. Click here to listen to the conference lectures. Lecture Titles and Descriptions: 1. Christianity and the Importance of Art and the Imagination (Dickerson) For many Christians the imagination is associated with myth, falsehood, […]