To Choose the Books That Change Our Lives
April 24, 2012, 7:30 p.m.
Demaray Hall, Room 150
Rev. Earl Palmer explores G.K. Chesterton’s idea: “The best safeguard against bad literature is a full experience of good literature.” Palmer is the former senior pastor at University Presbyterian Church of Seattle and currently leads Earl Palmer Ministries, an organization that mentors young theologians through an internship program and regular theological dialogs via live podcasts. This lecture is sponsored by Friends of the Library.
(See Rev. Palmer's reading list.)