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Protestant Student Fellowship Weekly Meeting

The Protestant Student Fellowship (PSF) aims to explore and engage with the rich theological and historical aspects of this significant branch of Christianity. Members will come together to study the foundational beliefs, practices, and contributions of classical Protestant thinkers and reformers, fostering a deeper understanding of their impact on religious thought and society. Through fellowship with believers and thoughtful discussions, the club aims to analyze the core tenets of classical Protestantism, such as Sola Scriptura and Sola Fide, while also examining the movement’s evolution and its role in shaping both traditional and contemporary Christianity. Additionally, the club aims to provide perspective and understanding regarding the traditions of our Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox brethren. By delving into these topics and holding these discussions, participants gain insights into the complexities of religious history and its relevance to modern faith communities, as well as building a community with those who share similar theological beginnings.

Location: Robertson Hall - Room 203

Audience: Current Students