Honest Questions

(about issues of faith)

Are you eager to explore the hard and troubling questions of your faith in an environment where questions are safe and no one insists on pat, doctrinal answers?


Would you like a bit more scholarship in your faith?

Join us for a simple meal of soup and bread, a short presentation,
and group discussion at Honest Questions.

Honest Questions is on a break during Spring Semester of 2021.
Watch this space for plans for Fall 2021.

  • Watch a film and enjoy soup supper starting at 6:30pm
  • Discussion to follow starting at about 7:15pm

All polite, curious, and interested people are welcome, regardless of faith background.

We discuss a variety of challenging issues of faith and spirituality, including: science and faith, politics and faith, problems of evil and suffering, predestination versus free will, participant-requested topics, and others.

honest questions faq

See Schedule:

  • When does Honest Questions meet?
  • What is a typical meeting like?  
  • Is there food? 
  • What food is served?  

See Guidelines for Community Interaction:

  • What does conversation look like when there are lots of questions without pat-answers? 
  • How does this work?

See Description of a Typical Participant:

  • How would you describe a typical participant?
  • I'm not a Christian, am I welcome?

See Contacts:

  • Who can I contact on my campus?
  • Can I get help arranging a ride?
  • Who can I contact about this idea?
  • Where can I engage in conversations online?