(Bible) Studies

Bible studies are held on Monday and Saturday evenings at the Campus Edge house at 1518 River Terrace Dr, East Lansing, MI. Monday evenings focus more on intellectual inquiry and Saturday evenings more on building community. 


Spring 2018

Earlier this semester our studies focused on topics in the book of Ezekiel. Now we are studying difficult topics in the Bible and Christianity. 


Saturday Study: Begins with dinner at 6:00 pm and the study at 7:00 pm. 

Monday Study: 7:00 pm, with snacks!



March 17, March 19: ​What does the Bible (and church) say about ​homosexuality?

March 24, March 26: ​What does the Bible say related to gender dysphoria (transgender)?

March 31, April 23: ​ What are the fundamental beliefs one should hold to and still be considered a Christian?

April 2, April 7:​ Does it matter who wrote each book of the Bible and/or how historical it is?

April 9, April 14: What do we do with all the violence, especially ​genocide​, in the Bible?​

April 16, April 21: ​What does the Bible say about ​hell​ and the devil?​

April 28, April 30: ​Final studies for the semester/year​​


Pub Theology

On Tuesday evenings at 8:30 p.m., Campus Edge hosts Pub Theology at Peanut Barrel. It is a chance to talk about spiritual things, voice questions, and learn from others who might be/think differently from us – all over some fries and a glass of beer/lemonade/soda. Follow us on Facebook to get regular updates about the weekly questions.


Alongside of the studies listed above, Campus Edge also provides discipleship and mentoring opportunities to encourage people in their faith & academic life. If you are interested, please contact us.

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