Why do we suffer? How can we flourish? We humans have always asked such questions.
In times past, our culture embraced (or tolerated) a Christian worldview that provided a foundation for answering those questions: meaning and purpose derive from our transcendent Creator. Today, however, we live in a thoroughly secular era, and answers are hard to come by.
How did our culture end up here? How can a person of faith pursue a transcendent vision of life in such a culture? Gutenberg’s 2017 Summer Institute will explore such questions.
We’ll search passages from the Bible, from the classics, and from contemporary works to find timeless truths and practical ways for pursuing God and flourishing in a secular age.
(More details coming.)
July 27-29, 2017
1883 University Street
Eugene, OR 97403
Before July 4*: $75 (Individual); $100 (Family); $35 (Student)
After July 4*: $90 (Individual); $125 (Family); $40 (Student)
*FINANCIAL AID: There are available limited financial aid packages for those who wish to attend. If you wish to apply, please contact the office.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: We can also offer reduced costs for volunteers. If you would like to volunteer, please sign up here (scroll to the bottom of the page, click the Summer Institute box, and click Apply).
CHILDCARE: If you are interested in childcare, please email for more information.
Go here to register. Or call the Gutenberg College office: 541-683-5141.