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Core Texts Program Events

Between Jerusalem and Athens

Annual fall presentation about the theological and philosophical intersection of the Classical and Christian worlds.  To be hosted late September or early October.  Convo credit provided. 

Fall 2013: Dr. Mark Gignilliat, "Hungry and Curious: On the Ordering of Desire and the Christian Life of the Mind"
        [link opens in iTunes U; click Submit to listen as guest; choose October 31st, 2013]

Fall 2014: Dr. Peter Kaufman: "Augustine and the Christian Intellectual Tradition"
         [link opens in iTunes U; click Submit to listen as guest]

The Winter Reformation Debate

Each February two professors, or sometimes guest speakers, debate or discuss a significant topic related to the theological issues surrounding the Protestant Reformation.  Convo credit offered. 

Making Sense of Modernity

In April, the Core Texts Program hosts a talk addressing theological and philosophical issues relevant to the modern and post-modern period.  Convo credit offered.

April 2014: Dr. Dennis Sansom: "The Roots and Internal Conflicts of Our Secular Age" 
     [link opens in iTunes U; click Submit to listen as guest]

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