August 12 at 5:00 am EDT
105 Ives Hall
Taught by Chesterton House Senior Scholar, Dr. Ryan O’Dowd:
This course is founded on the assumption that people who lived almost three millennia ago are enough like us that their wisdom writings have value for us today. We seek, therefore, not only to understand their writings but to find modern relevance for their ideas about the good life, death, faith, education and knowledge, value, desire, culture, vocation, selfhood, suffering, politics, ethics, and law.
personally tailored research plans for exploring their gifts and sense of calling and then complete their plans alongside their progress through course readings and lectures.