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Christian Biographies – Howard Thurman

This summer’s Religious Life Seminar series on Christian Biographies will explore the lives and thoughts of four prominent Christians who shared their message at Lakeside during its 150-year history.

On Wednesday, July 19 at 3 p.m., we will explore the life of Howard Thurman, who has been referred to as the moral anchor for the Civil Rights Movement in America.

Heralded as both a great unifier and a 20th-century Christian mystic, Thurman’s thoughts and writings continue to speak powerfully to the heart of American social ethics.

We will discuss Thurman’s life and reflect on his call to seek common ground. Dan Moulton will lead this seminar, which will consist of both lecture and small group discussion.

Dan Moulton was raised on the Marblehead Peninsula and retired here with his wife, Dia, in 2018.

Prior to retirement, Moulton spent 39 years in Michigan where he worked in various engineering positions at General Motors. In addition to degrees in physics/math from Heidelberg University and engineering from Ohio State University, Moulton studied business at the University of Michigan and holds a graduate diploma in Christian studies from Ashland Theological Seminary.

He enjoys adult teaching and has particular interests in historical theology and the intersection of science and religion.

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Date

Jul 19, 2023
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Time

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Labels

Religious Life

Location

Train Station
Train Station
710 Central Avenue, Lakeside Marblehead, OH, USA

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