Wednesday, April 20, 2011

FYI from Leigh! at Lunch 4/20/11

If you are interested in topics that came up during this week's show, here are a few links and tips from Leigh at Lunch on Blog Talk Radio 4/20/11, "Leigh at Lunch with Dr. Darrel Cox of Patrick Henry College" (Click on the title to listen to the show archive).

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  • Notes from today's show
  • We recommend reading How to Write a Sentence by an upcoming guest on Leigh! at Lunch, Stanley Fish. (For more on this subject, see Our Mother Tongue).
  • Buy your own sets of Classical Acts and Facts science flash cards from the CC Bookstore.
  • Visit Patrick Henry College (phc.edu) to learn more about the school and its mission and vision.
  • Dr. Cox has also worked with Emmanuel College in Georgia and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. He has ties to Elim Bible Institute, Roberts Wesleyan College, Regent University, and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School at Trinity International University.
  • Read for yourself the Chalcedonian Creed, Athanasian Creed, and Nicene Creed to see early established doctrines of "mere Christianity."
  • Want to know more about the theological debates Dr. Cox mentioned? Click here to learn about philosophies of Complementarianism and Egalitarianism. Visit this site to find basic information about Arminianism and Calvinism.
  • Learn more about the Challenge program for upper high school students at ClassicalConversations.com.
  • As the main resource for high school students' biblical studies, Dr. Cox recommends the primary source--the Bible--with solid secondary sources only as support.
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