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11/19- 2008 Templeton Prize Recipient, Rev. Prof.Michael Heller Lecture

The 2008 Templeton Prize recipient, Reverend Professor Michael Heller Science-Religion Dialogue from the Present Perspective 7:00-8:30pm Top Floor, Harold Howard Center Eastern University In order to develop an understanding of the present state of the science-religion dialogue, one has to look back into its recent history. Beginning with a short review of the positivist philosophy… Read more »

2/19: CTM with Guest, Bishop Alexis Bilindabagabo of the Anglican Diocese in Gahini, Eastern Rwanda

Conversations that Matter: “Rescued by Angels” February 19th, 7 pm in McInnis Auditorium The Right Reverend Alexis Bilindabagabo, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Gahini, Eastern Rwanda, will be discussing his book, Rescued by Angels, with Dr. Chris Hall, Chancellor of Eastern University. Rescued by Angels shares Bishop Bilindabagabo’s personal story of remarkable rescues during… Read more »

Guest

A special lecture on the 400th Anniversary ofthe Pilgrims departure from England Dr. Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs is the Director of the Leiden American Pilgrim Museum in the Netherlands and author of several books including, Swiss Sisters Separated: Pioneer Life in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Washington and Letters on Toleration: Dutch Aid to Persecuted Swiss and Palatine… Read more »

Metanexus Lecture Series: Dr. Stanley Hauerwas on Thursday, October 2, 2008

Metanexus Lecture Series Co-Sponsored by the Templeton Honors College Acclaimed Theologian Discusses “The Dignity of Difference” Dr. Hauerwas, Professor of Theological Ethics, Duke University Divinity School, will present “Penetecost,” a talk that is part of the Metanexus Institute Fall Lecture Series. “Pentecost” considers the dignity of difference in a modern world. Christians mark the feast… Read more »