John Stackhouse at The Scots College Lectures
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Professor John G. Stackhouse, Jr., Sangwoo Youtong Chee Chair of Theology and Culture at Regent College, Vancouver, will visit Sydney as the 2014 Scots Distinguished Fellow to deliver The Scots College Lectures on Faith and the Intellectual Quest.
An initiative of The Scots College, Sydney, one of Australia's oldest and most respected Presbyterian schools for boys, The Scots College Lecture Series aims to inspire the best of thinking about faith, learning and culture by bringing to Sydney the world’s finest scholars.
of Professor Stackhouse's public lectures:
Is Dawkins Right? Are Christians Dumb, Delusional and Dangerous?
7:00pm | Tuesday 12 August 2014
Verbrugghen Hall, The Conservatorium of Music | $10
Drinks and canapés from 7:00pm
Lecture commencing at 7:45pm
You're Not Going to Heaven, and That's a Good Thing, Too
7:00pm | Thursday 14 August 2014
Coote Theatre, The Scots College | $10
Drinks and canapés in the Aspinall House Ballroom from 7:00pm
Lecture commencing in the Coote Theatre at 7:45pm
Register for both lectures for the discounted price of $15
Professor Stackhouse will also deliver keynote addresses at the Faith, Intellect and Vocation Conference. This public, interdisciplinary conference brings together leading Christian thinkers from the humanities, theology, science, economics and beyond, as well as students, staff and emerging scholars, to reflect on the place of faith in the intellectual quest for what is true, good and beautiful.
9:00am – 5:00pm | Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 August 2014
St Andrew’s College within The University of Sydney | $75 (one day) $125 (both days)
Register at http://www.trybooking.com/90125
We're looking forward to an excellent time with John in August!
Professor Stackhouse’s visit for The Scots College Lectures is proudly supported by partners Trippas White Group, Time2Travel, Bible Society Australia, and the Centre for Public Christianity.
St Andrew's College, Carillon Rd, The University of Sydney