Chair of Moral Values, Civitas Lecture
SIOUX FALLS – Dr. Steven Paulson, professor of Systematic Theology at Luther Seminary, is the fall 2008 Chair of Moral Values Civitas Lecturer.
On Thursday, October 30, at 7:00 p.m. in the Chapel of Reconciliation, Dr. Paulson will address “The Basic Ethical Question: What Did Jesus Do?”
Dr. Paulson will also give the Reformation Day Sermon on Friday, October 31, at 10:00 a.m. in the Chapel of Reconciliation.
The presentations are open to the public.
What can I expect? A discussion about how to succeed without really trying.
What will I learn? How to make the world a better place, contribute to society, spread democracy, and be all that you can be.
What will surprise me? You may walk away less anxious, happier, and more peaceful.
The Chair of Moral Values at Augustana is named in honor of Dr. Stanley L. Olsen, a wise and beloved faculty member (1937-71) in the areas of philosophy and religion.
Civitas, Augustana’s honors program, bridges disciplines and explores the values associated with leading a responsible life.
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