Summer 2018 Schedule

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“As Moses Has Written”

Mosaic Authorship & the Documentary Hypothesis
Smith, Steven C., Ph.D.
Tuesdays, August 14, 21, & 28 @ 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. ET

“And the Lord said to Moses, ‘Write these words; in accordance with these words I have made a covenant with you and with Israel.'”
– Exodus 34:27


Division & Development

The Council of Chalcedon and the Catholic Communion
Howell, Kenneth, Ph.D.
Sunday, September 9 @ 6:00 p.m. ET

The Council of Chalcedon declared clearly the truth of Christ’s divine and human natures against the Monophysite heresy and at the same time marked one of the greatest divisions in the history of the Church. Join us as we examine the doctrines which were debated as well as the modern ecumenical movement which has sought to reexamine the evidence which divided the Church.


The Art of Living

Cuddeback, John, Ph.D.
Saturday, September 15 @ 10:00 a.m. ET

“The Glory of God is man fully alive, and the glory of man is the vision of God.”
– St. Ireneaus


Philosophical Therapy

Returning to First Principles - A Medicine Against Modernity
Oshatz, Molly, Ph.D.
Tuesdays, September 18, 25, & October 2 @ 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. ET

As a methodology, the modern scientific project has been an enormous benefit to humanity, but as a metaphysics, it has restricted our abilities to apply human reason to the most important questions. Likewise, our consumer economy excels at meeting our material desires, but the materialistic culture it supports cannot satisfy or even make sense of our deepest desires. Molly Oshatz, a program director at the Zephyr Institute, will speak about rediscovering solid first principles that we can use to reorient ourselves, our families, and our neighbors toward the pursuit of truth and goodness that is essential to our humanity.


Unmasking Oscar Wilde

Pearce, Joseph
Sunday, October 7 @ 6:00 p.m. ET

Vilified by fellow Victorians for his sexuality and dandyism, Oscar Wilde is hailed today, in some circles, as a “progressive” sexual liberator. But this is not how Wilde saw himself. This study of Wilde’s brilliant and tragic life goes beyond the mistakes that brought him notoriety in order to explore this emotional and spiritual search.


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