Monday nights, 5:30-6:30 at Longwood
The Problem of Evil: Pilot program with Longwood Honors students. Alert viewers will notice the presence of women in this picture. Dr. Adam Blincoe, Longwood Honors Director is leading this study group examining the theological themes in Screwtape Letters and The Garden of the Grotesque.
This group is closed.

Tuesday nights, 6:30, College Church 201
Bible Alive with Alumnus Fred Larmore, class of '64: This bible study takes biblical narratives and examines individual application to daily lives. This class often combines with the personal stories of guest speakers. This class is open: for more information contact Fred at

Wednesday nights, 6:00-7:00 until March 6
1984: Big Brother Is Watching You
Missy Deregibus, Director is also watching you.
This advanced study group is discussing Orwells' use and power of language, the culture of power and fear, private and public space and finally one last week on the the Brave New World use of Soma and our own culture of distraction and addiction.
This group is closed.

February 25, 7:30 p.m.
CS Lewis and Freedom: Christianity's Most Famous Apologist Meets Adam Smith (poster below)
Kenneth G. Elzinga
Robert C. Taylor Professor of Economics at UVA
Bortz Library, 4th Floor Lecture Area
Presented by CSPE and Cogito

March 9-15
Spring Break

July 14-27
Regent College Summer School (details below)

CSLewis event

Regent College

CCSC Vocation Project
Regent College Summer School
July 14-27, 2019

The Consortium of Christian Study Centers (CCSC) is proud to sponsor a program, held at Regent College (RC) in Vancouver, British Columbia, which provides scholarship money for two weeks’ full audit tuition, lodging, and a food stipend at Regent’s famous summer school. The recipients also participate in discussions on vocation, coordinated by the Consortium’s Executive Director, Drew Trotter, and led by him and some of the summer school visiting faculty. The program also includes a number of other opportunities, such as a Bard on the Beach presentation of a Shakespearean play, hikes in the spectacular forests surrounding Vancouver, and a number of private meals with Regent and visiting professors like Steve Garber, Ralph Wood, and George Marsden.

This rich experience is particularly designed for graduate and advanced undergraduate students participating in CCSC member study centers, though it is not limited to them.

The deadline to apply is March 15, 2019. For more information and/or to apply please go to our website: If you have any questions, please contact the "CCSC Vocation Project Registrar" by email at or phone at 434-296-3333.