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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The Gospel Over Lunch

Members of six local churches work together during the school year to offer a Christian perspective on some of life's big questions to people working or studying in and around two high-pressure environments, Georgetown Law School and the U.S. Capitol. Their presentations, called Lunchtime Talks, occur over the course of several weeks during the fall and spring semesters, and discuss difficult questions from a Christian perspective. All are welcome to join, no matter your religious affiliation. Q&A sessions allow attendees the chance to discuss the presentation, but active participation is not required.

Contact Information:
(202) 543-6111 Ext 307;
info@lunchtimetalks.org;
http://www.lunchtimetalks.org/


Capitol Hill
12:30-1:30 pm, Capitol Building Room HC-9. Lunch provided.

October

  • 15 Why believe anything at all?
  • 22 What's wrong with the world?
  • 29 Does Jesus matter?

November

  • 5 What's more important: Justice or Mercy?
  • 12 Can we have hope for the future?
  • 19 How should we live?

Georgetown Law
12-1 pm, 600 600 New Jersey Ave. NW, McDonough 492

September

  • 28 Why believe anything at all?

October

  • 12 What's wrong with the world?
  • 26 Does Jesus matter?

November

  • 9 What more important: Justice or Mercy?
  • 23 Can we have hope for the future?

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