This fall, TWU Professor of Worldview and Religious Studies Mike Goheen will host the Geneva Lecture Series. This set of eight week discussions invites scholars and experts from across the world to talk about the theme of globalization in light of the Gospel.
The series, held in conjuncture with the release of a new book edited by Dr. Goheen and Erin Glanville titled The Gospel and Globalization: Exploring the Roots of a Globalizes World (Regent Press, 2009), features three of its authors in addition to Dr. Goheen: Dr. Jonathan Chaplin from Cambridge University, Dr. Paul Williams from Regent College, and TWU professor of Education Dr. Harro Van Brummelen. TWU Political and International Studies professor Dr. Paul Rowe and Sociology professor Dr. Michael Wilkinson will also offer lectures.
The lecture series will take place at Trinity Western University on most Tuesday evenings from 7:30-8:45 pm, and will run from October 6th through to December 8th excluding October 13th and November 17th. Come join leading experts in theology, sociology, political science and economics as they discuss the pertinent issues surrounding faith in the modern, globalized world.
For more information visit http://www.genevasociety.org/public-lectures/.
Event at a Glance
What: Geneva Lecture Series
Where: RNT 125, Trinity Western University
When: October 6th to December 8th, 2009 (excluding October 13th & November 17th).
Contact: email@example.com; tel: 604-421-7497
Cost: Free to attend
Trinity Western University, in Langley, B.C., is a provincially chartered, independent Christian liberal arts and sciences university, enrolling approximately 4000 students. TWU offers 42 undergraduate majors, ranging from biotechnology, education, theatre and music, to psychology, communications and biblical studies. TWU's 16 graduate degree programs include nursing, counseling psychology, business, theology, linguistics, and leadership, and interdisciplinary degrees in English, philosophy and history. TWU holds Canada Research Chairs in Dead Sea Scroll Studies, Developmental Genetics and Disease, and Interpretation, Religion & Culture.
Last Updated: 2009-09-29