Sundays, January 7-28
The first two sessions in January will honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through an exploration of the formulation and practices of Doctor King’s doctrine of non-violent resistance.
- January 7: The Influence of Henry David Thoreau on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
— Dr. Chuck Chappell, Professor Emeritus of English at Hendrix College
- January 14: The Influence of Mahatma Gandhi on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
— Dr. Jay McDaniel, Holmes Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies at Hendrix College
The second two sessions in January will be led by Gene Levy, a retired Rabbi in our community. He will lead an exploration of the effects of the Protestant Reformation on the Jewish faith.
- January 21: Martin Luther and the Jews: Alternative Facts
- January 28: A Reform Jewish Reformation (What is Reform Judaism?)