Added by on 2017-07-14

For our fifth consecutive summer, the St. Mary’s Adult Education Committee invites you to the 2017 “Summer School of Faith” with presenter Charles Craigmile. Charles Craigmile, business executive and philosopher, will present five talks on this year’s topic, The Theology of Grace: God’s Search for Man. Charles will discuss how theological disputes over what “God’s grace” means for our daily lives have divided Christianity. These lectures will examine how the lingering differences among Christian denominations regarding “God’s grace” clarify what is essential, and will provide a greater appreciation for the unfathomable richness of God’s grace and the spiritual life.  June 13th: Nature and Grace  June 20th: Justification by Faith: The Revolt of Martin Luther, the Catholic Response and a 500th Anniversary Retrospective on Corruption, Confusion and Clarity  June 27th: Grace and the Spiritual Life  July 11th: Evolution, Genesis and the Human Person  July 18th: Mary’s Role in Bringing Jesus to All Humanity *** Charles H. Craigmile holds an undergraduate degree in philosophy, with minors in Latin and Greek from the University of St. Thomas, an MA in philosophy from DePaul University, and an MBA from JL Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Charles has also completed three-years’ course work toward a graduate degree in Theology at the University of St. Mary of the Lake in Mundelein. Over the last 27 years, Charles has taught Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) programs across the Chicago area and led summer programs for the past four years at Church of Saint Mary in Lake Forest. He is currently President and CEO of Revenova, LLC, the leading Cloud based Transportation Management Application built on the Salesforce.com platform. Email us at: summerschooloffaith@gmail.com Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHort Americas Organic Hydroponic Fertilizer Option – Terra Genesis and Terra […]

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