Scholar Bradley Gundlach will examine the history of the “Evolution Question” among Christians in America during the annual Lyceum Lecture Series on Faith and the Academy at Grace College, Winona Lake, Ind.
The lecture will be held at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, March 12, in Westminster Hall on the Grace College campus.
Gundlach is the author of the book, Process and Providence: The Evolution Question at Princeton, 1845-1929 (Eerdmans, 2013). He is professor of history at Trinity International University, where he specializes in American intellectual, cultural, and religious history. He enjoys teaching broadly in world civilization, church history, and the philosophy and methods of history.
The lecture series draws inspiration both from the history of Grace College and Winona Lake itself. During America’s Progressive Era at the turn of the twentieth century, Winona Lake’s Chatauqua tradition attracted lectures and presentations from high-profile speakers who brought high culture to small-town America. Notable figures included three-time Democratic Presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan, humorist Will Rogers, and famous preacher Russell Conwell. Looking for continuity with this valuable heritage, Grace College established the American Lyceum Lecture Series, which showcased conservative voices such as Allan Keyes and Michael Reagan.
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