The Dead Theologians book group is finishing up The Abolition of Man next Wednesday. We are gathering on Friday, Sept. 30, for lunch. Any interested faculty are invited to join us!
We will meet at the Panera on Lane Ave. and have reserved the community room in the back.
Howard VanCleave’s colleague and friend, Rick Mattson,
will be in town and would like to meet some OSU faculty. He travels for InterVarsity and speaks on campuses. This will be a time to think together and discuss how we can make the gospel alive and relevant in conversations with colleagues and friends who are absorbed into the fabric of secular culture.
Grab some lunch at 11:30 and we will begin our discussion by 11:50am on Friday, Sept. 30.
Location: 300 W. Lane Ave. 43201
The Dead Theologians group is next reading That Hideous Strength by C. S. Lewis and meet Wednesday mornings at 7:45AM on Zoom. You are invited to join us! Check with Paul Post
for the link.
October 13, 2022
An ESN Conversation on Dawn, A Proton’s Tale of All That Came to Be (link is external) with Cees Dekker, Corien Oranje, and Gijsbert van den Brink. Combining its authors’ scientific knowledge, storytelling skills, and insights from theology, Dawn provides a fresh look at the fundamentals of cosmology, evolutionary biology, and the good news of God in one overarching adventure—in the form of a gripping story. If you love both science and Scripture, you will discover an engaging, thought-provoking tale that reminds us we each have a big place in God’s plan of creation—even if we’re very, very small.
As a special treat, all three co-authors of this book will be joining us online from The Netherlands!
IVP link to book description.