Integration Groups

Integration Groups
Exploring Faith and Academia Across Disciplines

The Graduate Christian Fellowship have a variety of small integration groups that meet regularly throughout the academic year. These groups explore in different ways how faith can inform the thinking and practice of an area of academia. Most groups will meet to discuss a book that explores the integration group’s theme, while others host different events that GCF members, regardless of discipline can attend.

If you have any questions or want more information about any Integration Group listed below, please email communication@gcfmadison.org. We’ll get you in touched with the groups.

Integration Groups

The table below shows the variety of Integration Groups GCF has to offer! Curious about joining one of these groups for their regular discussion meetings? Please feel free to email communication@gcfmadison.org; we’re trying to avoid spams to our leaders’ inboxes.
Group
Description
Christian Thinkers Group Officially the Christian Thinkers Through the Ages Group. On Hiatus.
Science and Faith Integration Group The Science and Faith Integration Group meets bi-weekly for one hour to discuss a variety of topics and debates that tease apart or bring together scientific knowledge of God’s Creation and faith in His return and redemption. In Fall 2018, this group read Francis S. Collin’s The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief.
Humanities Working Group The Humanities Group meets weekly to work together, share writing goals, and support one another as scholars and friends. The group also hosts research presentations, mock job talks, and the occasional social event. Meeting Friday 1-5pm at Upper House Den area.