Monthly Archives: February 2016

“A Common Call” Christian faculty conference

We hope you’ll plan on joining us Saturday April 9, 2016 for the “A Common Call” conference here in San Luis Obispo, featuring Dr. Walter Bradley (co-founder of Faculty Commons). Additional information and registration can be found at aCommonCall.org Advertisements

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2/26/16 lunch event: 11:10am-12pm UU 204

A group of Cal Poly faculty members have arranged for a time and place where Christian faculty could spend an hour visiting and getting acquainted. Apart from opening with a greeting and prayer, we will have what is a fairly … Continue reading

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4/9/16 “A Common Call” Christian faculty conference

We hope you’ll plan on joining us Saturday April 9, 2016 for the “A Common Call” conference here in San Luis Obispo, featuring Dr. Walter Bradley (co-founder of Faculty Commons). Additional information and registration can be found at aCommonCall.org   … Continue reading

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Veritas Forum: now available for viewing on-line

The January 27, 2016 Cal Poly Veritas Forum “Can Science Explain Everything? An Atheist and a Christian Discuss Scientism” featuring MIT professor Dr. Ian Hutchinson and Cal Poly professor Dr. Paul Rinzler is now available to view on-line. Enjoy.  –

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1/28/16 Veritas faculty response panel

Thursday January 28th the Veritas Forum hosted a faculty response panel to the previous evening’s Forum. Participants included, from right to left – Dr. Jodi Christiansen (Physics), Elizbeth Barrett (Psychology) and Dr. Ken Brown (Philosophy). Cal Poly Senior (Mathematics) Erin Griffin … Continue reading

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1/27/16 Veritas Forum

Many thanks to everyone who participated in Veritas Forum Wednesday evening January 27th, 2016.  The event exceeded our expectations. The 1298 seat Performing Arts Center was completely packed – with another 100 students (including at least one faculty member) sitting on … Continue reading

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