After meeting with Dr. Charlene Thomas to finish planning our Summer Studies at the Institute, I am super excited for the students that are going to be able to participate. Where else can one find total immersion in Christian thought in a small group discussion environment? Where else can one engage professors of the quality that are assembled at the Institute for a few weeks this summer? Think of the impact it could have on your Christian life!
It is not too late! Find out more here: http://genevainstitute.org/wp/summer-studies-in-christian-thought-2/.
We have a few remaining seats available for our summer studies programs. It is an impressive lineup of instructors (see below) on topics that are critically relevant to a generation beginning to engage their culture for Christ. For more information see: http://genevainstitute.org/wp/summer-studies-in-christian-thought-2/ ; or contact email@example.com / (919) 245-7016.
Meet our instructors:
John Hodges is the Director for The Center for Western Studies. Mr. Hodges is a conductor and composer, holding degrees in Music from the University of Maryland (B.A) and Indiana University (M.M.). He served as Music Director for various symphony orchestras and church music programs in Memphis from 1983-2009. He also held the position of Associate Professor of the Arts and Cultural Apologetics at Crichton College where he taught art and music history, philosophy of the Christian Faith, directed theater, and founded and directed the Institute for the Arts and Cultural Apologetics.
Dr. Charlene Thomas has taught humanities and art history and art history at Milligan College since 1981. She holds degrees from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Ph.D.), East Tennessee State University (M.A. English, M.A. Art History), Milligan College (B.A.). In addition to her classroom instruction, Dr. Thomas enjoys leading art history tours and providing Christian counseling.
Douglas Douma (trailname, Banzai) is a graduate of the University of Michigan, Wake Forest University, and Sangre de Cristo Seminary. He is a ordained minister in the Reformed Presbyterian Church – Hanover Presbytery serving as Assistant Pastor at Dillingham Presbyterian Church, and is the author of “The Presbyterian Philosopher – The Authorized Biography of Gordon H. Clark.” He completed a northbound thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail in 2013.
Patrick Hines is pastor of Bridwell Heights Presbyterian Chruch in Kingsport TN. He is passionate about presuppositional apologetics, particularly that of Greg Bahnsen, speaking regularly on the relationship of apologetics to evangelism. In addition to preaching and teaching, Mr. Hines is an accomplished musician often delighting his congregation and friends with impromptu piano performances.
Dean Walker is the Executive Director of the Geneva Institute of Christian Thought. He holds degrees in philosophy of religion (Th.M.) and Christian apologetics (MDiv specialization). When he is not challenging his students with impersonations of various existential philosophers, Mr. Walker enjoys hiking and tending the responsibilities of homestead and family.