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Faculty/Staff Christian Fellowship
Activities & Events


One of the main goals of FSCF is to sponsor discussions and seminars that articulate a Christian perspective in academia and related professions. We generally meet at noon on Tuesday or Wednesday of each week for informal, sack lunch sessions.
(The opinions expressed by visiting speakers are not necessarily the opinions of the FSCF organizing committee or FSCF members).

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Fall 2018

Date

FSCF Meetings

Resources or
Related Events

Tue Oct-2
Kickoff meeting
Noon, MU-221
Tue Oct-9
Bring a Verse on the Holiness of God
Noon, Rog-237
Tue Oct-16
The Psalmist's Idea of the Good Life
Presented by Ken Funk
Noon, Rog-237
Tue Oct-23
Jesus' Idea of the Good Life
Presented by Ken Funk
Noon, Rog-237
Tue Oct-30
Why I believe in Hell
Presented by Gary Ferngren
Noon, Rog-237
Tue Nov-6
Why I believe in Hell - discussion
Lead by Gary Ferngren
Noon, Rog-237
Tue Nov-13
Faith & Wisdom in Science
Presented by Guest Speaker Ian Tinsley
Noon, Rog-237
Tue Nov-20
The Marxist View of History
Presented by James Roberts
Noon, Rog-237
Tue Nov-27
Christus Victor
Presented by Guest Speaker John King
Noon, Rog-237


Last updated: Sep. 27, 2018

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