The relationship of Christians to culture is the singular current crisis point for the church. While God never changes, culture constantly changes. THINK is a local and casual discussion on better understanding, communicating, discerning, and engaging culture as a Christian.
One Sunday evening a month, Christian professionals meet on Capitol Hill to have a guided town hall format discussion on critical cultural topics and their intersection with the Christian faith.
Topics and dates are as follows for 2023:
Sunday, February 8th: Complementarian & Egalitarianism: Did God make husband and wife equal?
Sunday, April 2nd: Christianity & Tolerance
Sunday, June 18th: Pride and Prudence: Christianity and LGBTQ
Sunday, July 16th: Nationalism & Christianity
Sunday, August TBA: TBA
Sunday, September TBA: TBA
Sunday, October TBA: TBA
Sunday, November TBA: TBA
Sunday, December TBA: TBA
Topics and dates are as follows for 2022:
Sunday, February 6th: Stewardship of the Body
Sunday. March 6th: Christianity & Magic
Sunday, April 3rd: Education (Public, Private, Homeschool)
Sunday, May 1st: Alcohol (Abstainers & Imbibers)
Sunday, June 5th: Can Men & Women Be Friends?
Sunday, July 3rd: Legislating Morality
Sunday, August 7th: Christian Ambition (Stewardship v. Greed)
Sunday, September 11th: Were We Wrong To Kiss Dating Goodbye?
Sunday, October 2nd: Social Media Martyrs: How should Christians Engage on Social Media?
Topics and dates from 2021 are below:
Sunday, January 31: Reproductive Technology Pt. 1 (IVF, Designer Babies, Infertility, Abortion)
Sunday, February 14: Reproductive Technology Pt. 2 (IVF, Designer Babies, Infertility, Abortion)
Sunday, February 28: Race (Race in America, Systemic vs Individual Racism, Policy)
Sunday, March 14: Human Sexuality (LGBTQ, Marriage)
Sunday, March 28: Gender (Gender Dysphoria, Transgender, Gender Roles)
Sunday, April 11: Cancel Culture (Social Media, Scandal, and Grace)
Sunday, April 25: Christian Nationalism (Christian Nationalism, Patriotisms & Power)
Sunday, May 9: Purity Culture (Dating, Boundaries, Legalism)
Sunday, May 30: The Death Penalty (For and Against)
Sunday, June 13: War (Just War)
Sunday, June 27: Short Term Missions (Are they more harmful or beneficial to the global church)
Sunday, July 11: Israel (Is the modern-day nation state biblically relevant?)
Sunday, July 25: Vulgarity, Humor, and Sarcasm
Sunday, August 8: Calvinism & Arminianism
Sunday, October 3: Christianity & the Arts
Sunday, October 17: Origins & Creation
Sunday, October 31: Marijuana & Drugs
Sunday, November 14: Civil Disobedience
If you interested in learning more about THINK, please double check our calendar for dates and simply show up! If you have any questions, please contact us about attending and the topic and format of the night. We do not include study guides or material on this website.