Join Christian Theological Seminary to honor Phil Gulley and the power of progressive spiritual writing on March 12 at 7:00 PM at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. Gulley, longtime Quaker pastor and Indiana native, is the author of numerous books including the “Harmony” series of novels, Front Porch Tales, If the Church Were Christian, The Evolution of Faith, and, Unlearning God: How Unbelieving Helped Me Believe. The evening will include a talk by Dan Wakefield, fellow Hoosier and celebrated author of Going All the Way, Starting Over, Returning: A Spiritual Journey, and more. John Krull, host of WFYI’s “No Limits,” will moderate the evening.
See a brief preview of Wakefield’s talk here.
Listen to a recent discussion on “No Limits” between Gulley, Wakefield, Krull, and Nathan Day Wilson here.
All proceeds will go toward an Indianapolis-based literary project.
This event is free to all students!