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If the apostle Paul were to listen to our conversations about his letters, would he approve, or be appalled? We will focus on how Paul told his own story, and how he viewed the life and teachings of Jesus
What are our primary sources of energy? How do energy distribution systems work? Where does all this energy go? These and related questions will guide our high school level exploration of the basic physics, economics, and politics of our demand for energy.
We will study the Christmas music to be performed at the annual Festival of Carols at Goshen College.
We will be studying the intersection of science and religion from the beginnings of science to the 21st century. We will begin from before Socrates and move through history to present day.
The Goshen College mainstage play, Euridyce by Sarah Ruhl, is a contemporary drama partially based on the ancient Greek story of two young lovers, Euridyce and Orpheus - here told from Euridyce's point of view.
We will consider some of the many complicated healthcare issues that we all may face, and that require informed analysis and response.
The U.S. locks up a higher percent of its population than any other country. We will review changes in our prison system, barriers to re-entry into society, the impact of the "felony" label, and responses of both major political parties.
We will explore the history of a range of issues on the frontiers of psychology as a scientific discipline.