Summer Institute is an enjoyable and informative time to experience Gutenberg by sharing meals, discussing the works of influential thinkers, and listening to speakers from the Gutenberg community. We hope you can join us for Summer Institute 2021 (date to be announced)!
Gutenberg College Summer Institutes are an opportunity to explore a topic while getting some of the “Gutenberg” experience. That is, we discuss readings from important works in our culture and also listen to talks related to the topic.
Previous Summer Institute Topics:
2020: Struggle & Hope
2019: Tribes and Truth: What Happened to Civil Discourse?
2018: Are We All Reading the Same Bible?
2017: Meaning and Flourishing in a Secular Age
2016: How to Build a Bridge
2015: Reunion: Tanakh and the Gospel of Matthew
2014: What We Have Learned
2013: How To Follow Jesus When You Cannot Kill the Beast
2012: What the BLEEP Can We Know?
2010: Democracy: A User’s Manual
2009: Paychecks, Politics & Paradigms
2007: Søren Kierkegaard
2006: Faith & Science
2005: Disenculturating the Gospel
2004: Making Sense of the Bible
2003: Postmodernism, Reason, and the Church
2002: Christianity & Culture