Anthropology Students Present Research Projects

Two Anthropology majors, Mark Gutierrez and Michael Schonken, have been conducting their own original research projects over the past academic year, and on March 14, 2012 they presented their research findings at mini-conference at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA.  The conference included students and faculty from various SoCal colleges and universities. Mark presented a paper entitled: Coming out in light of Christian faith. And Michael’s presentation was entitled: A case study on the similarities and differences between mystical and non-mystical Christian conversion experiences.

Is evolution one way that God sustains creation? Some arguments to consider.

This question and more are intelligently addressed by Dr. Ard A. Louis, Reader in Theoretical Physics at the University of Oxford.  Read here.  Please enjoy and share!

Spring Colloquium

You are invited to the 23rd Annual Social Sciences & Communication Spring Colloquium featuring student  presentations of exemplary research papers in Anthropology, Sociology, History, Political Science, Psychology and Communication on Monday, April 16, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the Great Commission Hall.  Refreshments will be served.