Hello,

There has been a slight venue change for The Humanitas Forum‘s lectures on C.S. Lewis’ Life, Conversion, and Work which we posted about previously.

Tonight’s session (4/24) is being moved from the TN Tech Nursing Building to the S.T.E.M. Center.  Updated details are below:

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We have a last minute change in venue for this Friday’s Humanitas Forum.  The auditorium in the Nursing and Health Science build was double booked for this Friday evening.

We will be meeting in the Millard Oakley S.T.E.M. Center, 155 W. 7th Street.  The STEM Center is two blocks west of the nursing building on 7th Street—going west toward Willow Avenue.  For a map, click here.

The Saturday morning talk will be at Peachtree Learning Center as previously scheduled.

Please join us as Dr. Hal Poe discusses the life and work of one of the most able defenders of Christianity in the 20th century.

The Humanitas Forum

on Christianity and Culture

  1. S. Lewis: His Life and Work

From Ardent Atheist to Mere Christian

Dr. Hal Poe

Friday, April 24, 2015 (7 p.m.) – Tennessee Tech Nursing Building Auditorium

Saturday, April 25, 2015 (9 a.m.) – Peachtree Learning Center

  1. S. Lewis, Apologist

Life’s Big Questions – Pain, Evil and Suffering

Dr. Hal Poe holds the Charles Colson Chair of Faith and Culture at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. The author of many books and articles on how the gospel intersects culture, Dr. Poe has written numerous articles on C. S. Lewis and co-edited C. S. Lewis Remembered.

 

 

Admission:  Free
Co-sponsors: Campus Outreach at Tennessee Tech; Ratio Christi at Tennessee Tech
Place/Time: Millard Oakley S.T.E.M. Center, Auditorium, 155 West 7th Street

Friday, April 24 ~ 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)

 

Peachtree Learning Center, 402 North Walnut Avenue

Saturday, April 25 ~ 9:00 a.m. (doors open at 8:40 am)

Contact:  Michael Poore, Director, The Humanitas Forum, (931) 239-8735,mpoore@humanitas.org
Website/Blog: www.humanitas.org

 

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