On Friday, 10Feb2017, Stephen Cooper will showcase Augustine's deep impact on literature, theology, and culture even to our day.
The Forum is meant to educate, inspire, and connect as many dots as possible. He will not assume his listeners have read The Confessions of Augustine (lately), let alone The City of God. So, don't be shy. Get on out!
Presentation with Q&A to follow.
At The Square Halo Gallery, 37 N. Market St., Lancaster, PA.
It's only 5 bucks. Seating is limited, so reserve your seats HERE.
To get in free and to sneak in a friend too, become a Row House Member HERE. This is no joke. It actually works.
Square One Coffee provided by Cafe OneEight, our series sponsor along with The Trust Performing Arts Center. Carefully curated light fare provided as well.
Stephen Cooper lives in Lancaster City. He specializes in early Christianity and is author of Augustine for Armchair Theologians (Westminster John Knox Press, 2002).
The Row House Forum meets every Second Friday to engage critical current issues from a modest Christian perspective. Our four-strand DNA consists of civility, hospitality, personality, and a wee dose of whimsy.
Our events are designed for the public and produced for the common good.
Tom looks quite intense, but he assures us he's simply in earnest.