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Monday, January 20, 2014

Renew Your Mind

Decide for Yourself: A Community Course at Denver Seminary

Are you interested in deepening your understanding of the Christian worldview? Sign up for our eight-week class on the fundamentals of Christian theology and philosophy. The class will run from 6:45-8pm on Tuesday nights, and will be held on the Denver Seminary campus. We will use Dr. Gordon Lewis's excellent book, "Decide for Yourself: A Theological Workbook." This course will be taught by a hand-picked group of some of our very best seminary students, alumni, and professors. The learning level will be geared toward adults, but will also be suitable for mature high school students. If you can think of someone who may benefit from this course, please let them know soon. We have 20 seats available. 

Dates: Tuesdays, February 11th through April 1st
Time: 6:45-8pm
Cost: $15 per person (textbook included)
If you or someone you know will have difficulty paying the $15, ask us about scholarships. 

To register, please email The Lewis Center director Douglas Groothuis ( or associate director Sarah Geis ( with "Decide for Yourself" in the subject line. 

Upcoming Event: Spiritual Formation and the Life of the Mind

Join The Lewis Center for our first event of the spring semester. On Mondaynight, February 3rd, Dr. Douglas Groothuis will explore how philosophy, theology, and the Christian spiritual life relate. There will be a question and answer time after the lecture. We hope to see you there! 

Cost: Free
Time: 7pm 
Location: Room 100B on the Denver Seminary campus (6399 South Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, CO, 80120)


  1. I would think that working through the works of Carl F.H. Henry would prove to be very rewarding.

    To do so in this day and age is a most courageous thing. I applaud the decision should you make it.

    Theological and moral relativism must be defeated.


  2. Pastor Doug,

    I've benefited very much from your works. I love how you defeat atheism and pluralism in your books! I have showed it to many people at my university and they love your books.

    We would love to see you debate the New Atheists.

    We know you would argue circles around Dawkins, Dennett and others.
    My friend said you are up there with Swinburne and Plantinga! Maybe even greater!!!