Summer @ The Study Center - Video & Discussion ("Unlocking the Mystery of Life")
Date: July 5, 2012
Time: 08:00PM til 10:00PM
Location: 7002 Lakewood Drive, Richmond, VA 23229 (Show me a map)
“In 1859, Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species. In it, he argued that all of life on earth was the product of undirected natural processes. Time, chance, and natural selection. Since Darwin, biologists have relied on such processes to account for the origin of living things. Yet today, this approach is being challenged as never before....”
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You can view the trailer here.
As always this summer, we will be meeting at the home of Bill & Jane Ivey, 7002 Lakewood Drive (next to UR).
You can see a map here.
Drinks and popcorn provided. Hope to see you there!
Here's the original email sent earlier describing "Summer @ The Study Center"...
In town for the summer? Then come and join us, starting this Thursday evening, for Summer @ The Study Center!
Whether you're a student at the University of Richmond, another college in Richmond, or home for the summer from somewhere else, this is a chance for college students to explore, learn, discuss and grow regarding the content of a Biblical worldview, its veracity, and its relevance to every area of life and culture. There will be a variety of formats, including course presentations with Q&A, video and discussion times, and movie and discussion nights.
We will start out the summer with five sessions at the Pace Center (click link below for directions), Thursdays @ 8pm, exploring how the Christian faith fits the facts of the world we all live in (we will be touching on fields such as philosophy, science, history, literature and ethics). Sessions will be followed by a time of Q&A.
(Note: Free parking at night in EE Lot behind Pace Center)
May 10 - How to Know Truth & Evaluate Competing Worldviews
May 17 - The Origin of Life: Darwinism vs. Design
May 24 - The Resurrection of Jesus as Historical Reality
May 31 - The Bible as the Reliable Word of God
June 7 - Homosexuality as an Ethical Test Case
Then for the remainder of the summer, also Thursdays @ 8pm, we will meet next to UR at the home of Bill & Jane Ivey (7002 Lakewood Dr) for a variety of video/movie discussion nights.
RSVP, get directions and more details at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=25516899#!/events/416265421724754/
While the Richmond Study Center seeks to build relationships with interested students and faculty within the UR community, the Richmond Center for Christian Study is not established as a ministry on the University of Richmond campus, nor is there a formal relationship between the Richmond Center for Christian Study and the University of Richmond.