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Hood Theological Seminary: Fall 2023 Messinger-Williams Family Community Education Initiative Book Study


The Messinger-Williams Community Education Initiative is an extension of the Hood Theological Seminary’s new Messinger and Williams Family Chair in Theology and Ethics. There will be courses offered at various times throughout the year. Course topics will vary but will consistently deal with issues of faith, ethics, and community. The courses are open to the general public.  

The Fall 2023 Messinger-Williams Community Education Initiative is devoted to a discussion oriented, group study of A Life Worth Living, named after its authors’ highly sought-after Yale undergraduate course. This course will take place October 2-October 20, 2023.

Drawing from the major world religions and from impressively truthful and courageous secular figures, A Life Worth Living is a guide to life’s most pressing question, the one asked of all of us: How are we to live?

This instant New York Times bestseller is based on Yale’s popular undergrad class on the age-old question of the meaning of life. Students have called the class life-changing, and readers who experience this book’s wisdom and new perspectives should feel the same way.

Facilitator: Trevor Eppehimer, PhD. Messinger-Williams Family Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics at Hood Theological Seminary (Salisbury, NC). Please contact Dr. Eppehimer for any questions at teppehimer@hoodseminary.edu.

For more information, including participation options, schedule, and registration, please go here: Welcome Hood Theological Seminary (hoodseminary.edu)


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