On September 17, Gutenberg will open the "virtual" doors to Young Philosophers, an event for high school students. Join us us for a morning of thoughtful discussion. Go here for details.
On October 23, Gutenberg will open its "virtual" doors to high school students and transfer students who are considering Gutenberg’s bachelor’s degree program in liberal arts. On Preview Day, you will meet tutors who have devoted their lives to learning and helping others learn, discuss works by the greatest thinkers the world has ever [...]
On December 3, Gutenberg will open the "virtual" doors to Young Philosophers, an event for high school students. Join us us for a morning of thoughtful discussion. Go here for details.
Due to the disruptions from COVID-19 regarding health, travel, meals, and interactions at the conference, we have decided to postpone the education conference until next year. We believe that we can offer participants a much richer and more educational experience without restrictions due to the virus. We realize that this is not ideal, and we [...]
Recordings of the Fall 2019 Community Classes, "Contemporary Conversations, Part 1," and Winter 2020 Community Classes, "Contemporary Conversations, Part 2," are now available in the audio section of this website. All the recordings are also available through Gutenberg's Patreon page.
April 22 Update If you are like me, you are wondering how this event will play out in the next weeks, months, and years. Things are certainly very murky right now. For Gutenberg, however, the college’s future looks bright. Classes continue. Our students remain enthusiastically engaged. Our recruiting for next fall is looking [...]
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“This book was born twenty-five years ago on a very bad night. As a young Christian (I converted at nineteen) I struggled greatly with the sin that was all too noticeable in my life. Some of my teachers at the time believed in the “victorious Christian life” theology. Victory over sin was mine, they [...]