Pub Theology 2019
Mondays, June 3-24
7 p.m. | Trinity Hall Irish Pub, Mockingbird Station
Join us Monday nights in June as guest speakers engage in hot topics and cold beer – complete with Q&A. Pub Theology is open to all who want to explore faith, and not just for current Saint Michael parishioners. Bring a friend who is not in church with you when you come! No RSVP is necessary, but we recommend arriving at least 30 minutes early to find good seat!
Wondering what Pub Theology will be like? Enjoy good talks about faith? Watch recordings of our 2018 events!
June 3 - "Church Hurt" with Rev. Dr. Steve Danzey
Join us as we kick off Pub Theology 2019 by welcoming Rev. Dr. Steve Danzey, Rector of Good Samaritan Episcopal Church near Seattle, WA! Father Danzey's talk, "Church Hurt," is about how the church just gets it wrong sometimes and hurts people, and what we're supposed to do with incidents like that.
Special Concert Event
Plan on arriving at least 30 minutes before Father Danzey's talk begins to enjoy a small concert by Justin Philip Brooks! Music will begin at 6:30 p.m.
June 10 - "Personal Evil" with Dr. Billy Abraham
Pub Theology continues on Monday, June 10 with Dr. Billy Abraham, Albert Cook Outler Professor of Wesley Studies at Perkins Theological Seminary (SMU)! Dr. Abraham will share about the rarely-discussed notion of "Personal Evil" in our lives.
June 17 - "Faith and Science" with Dr. Michael Henry
Pub Theology will meet scientist Dr. Michael Henry on June 17 to hear about "Faith and Science!" More often than not, it's said that people think they cannot have a robust faith if they are going to fully embrace science. As a believing scientist, Dr. Henry offers his perspective on the issue.
June 24 - "Christians and Violence" with Pastor George Mason
The last Pub Theology gathering of 2019 will be led by Pastor George Mason, Senior Pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church! Rev. Dr. Mason will explore the Christian view and response to violence in the world in its various forms.