Saturday, January 14, 2012

Join Me in Omaha Nebraska

How Both Atheism and Christian Fundamentalism
Miss the Mark on Faith
January 26, 2012
7:00 PM
Lecture, Q and A
and Booksigning
suggested donation
in advance or at the door
This presentation is also
available streaming live at
7:00 p.m. CST on
Countryside Community Church
8787 Pacific Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
This program is part of the
2011-2012 Center for Faith Studies
Annual Lecture Series.
For more information:
Former evangelical Christian political activist Frank Schaeffer takes a long, hard look at fundamentalist atheists as well as religious zealots. Drawing comparisons in their battle for followers in the world today, he is scathing in revealing their blatant commercialism and fear-mongering. Schaeffer speaks from experience, as the child of fundamentalist missionaries, who as an adult became part of the evangelical/fundamentalist political scene until he could stand it no longer.
Schaeffer is now a follower in what he calls the “Church of the Hopeful Uncertainty,” worshipping God rather than the Bible itself, and finding great beauty in the music, art and liturgies of the Church. He offers hope for many who seek a more generous and inclusive faith, and who are looking for a
new way to interpret and make meaning of the God-experiences that enrich their lives every day.


DiAnne said...

In a hurry??? Please check the spelling in your headline.

Jon said...

wish I could be there

herewegokids said...

hmm....that's not THAT far away from us....:)

Snowbrush said...

Hey, Frank, you ought to check out a post about you that was written by a major fan of yours. Her blog address is:

Tell her Snowbrush sent you.