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Last chance to apply for scholarship for ID-focused C.S. Lewis Seminar


Colleague Tom Woodward, ID historian (Doubts about Darwin, Darwin Strikes Back), reports that

… the July 21-25 course he’s co-teaching with theologian Eric Bargerhuff in Tampa still has about $6,000 of donated scholarship funds available for potential applicants, but the time window for applications for scholarships will close this next Monday (7/14). Full college credit option is still available, and upper level high school students can apply.

This C.S. Lewis Honors Seminar, “Knowing God in a Skeptical Age,” covers both theology proper (divine attributes), and also the claims of New Atheism about science rendering God-belief thoroughly implausible. Steve Meyer and Jonathan Wells will brief the class via Skype, as will philosopher Doug Groothuis. Get full info and apply here.

File:A small cup of coffee.JPG Okay, so don’t apply, even if you want to attend. = Increase someone else’s chances. That guy’ll doubtless be grateful but where will you be? – O’Leary for News
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Unfortunately, life is set this way that it does not give you that many chances. But when it does you need to damn try hard to get the most out of this chance. Scholarship is what every student on this planet need to work his ass off for. I am from the country where children can easily order research paper on social media online as they don’t really care about scholarships. Do you know why? Because their government doesn’t offer them one. So, American students should value what they have CandiceC

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