The Jerusalem and Athens Forum is an interdisciplinary honors program at Gordon College.
Through a great books course in the history of Christian thought and literature and a variety of program components, the program strives to help students reflect on the relationship between faith and intellect, deepen their own sense of vocation, and awaken their capacities for intellectual and moral leadership.
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FSU: Kenneth Elzinga gives the John Mason Lecture, KOSC 4:00 reception, 4:30 lectureClick to read more
Kenneth Elzinga, Robert C. Taylor Chair in Economics at the University of Virginia will give the John Mason Lecture titled: "Economics and Theology in Conversation" as part of the Faith Seeking Understanding Lecture series sponsored by Center for Faith and Inquiry. Reception at 4:00 in the KOSC Loggia, Lecture at 4:30 in the MacDonald Auditorium. Open to the public.Click to close
Artwork: Andrea da Firenze, Christian Learning, c. 1365-67