St. Luke's Book Club, October 22
St. Luke's Book Club is in its seventh season and offers a variety of fiction and non-fiction selections that offer a wide range of subject matter. All members of the congregation are welcome to participate. Attendance at each session is not required, so participants can select the titles in which they're most interested. Multiple copies of each title are provided by the Granville Public Library and generally available four to five weeks in advance of each scheduled meeting. The group meets in the Undercroft beginning promptly at 7:00 pm and generally concludes not later than 8:30 pm. Beverages and savories are provided.
The selection for October 22 is Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence by Karen Armstrong. For the first time, religious self-identification is on the decline in America. Informed by Armstrong’s sweeping erudition and personal commitment to the promotion of compassion, Fields of Blood makes vividly clear that religion is not the problem. If you would like additional information, contact Wayne Piper at email@example.com or 614.296.6988