Luther Tucker Seminar Series
The Luther Tucker Seminar Series honors Luther Tucker, who was the Episcopal Rector for the Indian Hill Church for almost 40 years. He founded the Seminar, which covers topics of major social and religious affairs of our community and the nation.
Luther Tucker Seminars at Indian Hill Church have included:
1993 Into the Worldwind: The Future of the Church, The Rt. Rev. John Shelby Spong
1995 Crime and Punishment, Chief Justice Thomas Moyer, Ohio Supreme Court
2005 Urban Development & Religion, Former Major of Cincinnati Roxanne Qualls Former Governor of Ohio, John Gilligan
2006 Gospel for Electronic Culture: A Challenge for the Church, Tex Sample Professor Emeritus St. Paul School of Theology
2007 Stem Cells:Science! Politics! Ethics!, JohnHutton,M.D.,DavidWilliams,M.D., StephenG. Post, Ph.D. Marvin Rorick, M.D. & Donald Harrison, M.D.
2008 Civilized Conversations in an Uncivilized World: Beyond the Obvious within Judaism, Christianity & Islam, Prof. Anas Malik, Ph.D., Xavier University, Rabbi Robert B. Barr Congregation Beth Adam, Dr. G. David Hawley Indian Hill Episcopal Presbyterian Church
2009 The Past, Present, and Future of Health Care: The Next Economic Meltdown, Donald C. Harrison, M.D. Sr Vice President & Provost for Health Affairs Emeritus, University of Cincinnati
2011 Back to Basics: Story/Crisis/Possibility, Walter Brueggemann, Th.D.,Ph.D. Emeritus Professor of Old Testament Columbia Theological Seminary Decatur, Georgia
2016 One Abraham or Three? A Conversation among the Three Faiths: Prejudices, Misconceptions and Fears. Similarities, Source, Commonality. Presenters: Rabbi Jonathan Cohen, PhD, Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion; Dr. Baher Salem Foad, Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati; The Rev. Dr. David Hawley, Retired Presbyterian Minister and Professor.
2017 Human Solidarity, Community, &Charity. Three speakers: Rabbi Jonathan Cohen, PhD, Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion; Dr. Baher Salem Foad, Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati; The Rev. Dr. David Hawley, Retired Presbyterian Minister & Professor.