An Elusive Dream? Religious Freedom & the reign of God
Anthony E. Clark PhD
This first public lecture as Lindaman Endowed Chair shall center on the topics of religious freedom and the reign of God, which at first appear to be contradictory ideas. How can the human person be truly free while also being confined to obedience to God’s will and design for Creation? The talk will explore Christian understandings of the reign of God in a world seemingly torn apart by sectarianism and religious difference, focusing on the historical legacy of China vis-à-vis religious freedom and the putative separation of Church and State.
From Annapurna to Seven Summits: Literature's Influence on Me and on the Sport of Mountaineering
World-renowned mountaineer John Roskelley presents a lecture on mountaineering literature and its impact on the sport of mountaineering. Known for his remarkable ascents of 7,000-‐8,000 meter peaks in India, Pakistan and Nepal. Roskelley is one of only six climbers in the world, and the only American, to have received the pres1gious Piolet d’Or (Golden Ice Axe) Lifetme Achievement Award.
This lecture celebrates the establishment of the William C. Fix Mountaineering Collection.
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