Join us this Veteran's day in Melton Hall for a time of prayer and to hear from our guest speaker, CH (LTC) Doug Fleischfresser, Wisconsin Army National Guard. He will be addressing the topic: Ministry to the Military and Veterans--Why the Local Church Needs to be Involved.
Join the graduate discussions around a meal prior to the evening's event: How Complementarian is the Bible? by Philip Payne, PhD, on understanding the egalitarian position. Grad students, faculty and admin welcome. Limited to 120 seating.
Philip Barton Payne, author of Man and Woman, One in Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul’s Letters, and specialist in N.T. studies, will discuss his 36 years of research on the biblical view of the role and relationship between men and women in the church, culture, and marriage. The discussion will be located at the Chapel building on November 12th from 7 PM to 9 PM.
Dr. Payne is an ordained minister of the Evangelical Free Church of America and professor of New Testament studies at Fuller Theological Seminary Northwest, where he has served since 1988.
Read Craig Blomberg’s review of Man and Woman.
It has been a requirement since 2006 that ALL elementary and ALL history secondary education majors pass the IL History Test; this information was included in the syllabi of both HI 121 and HI 122. If you were in those classes, then you were told about this requirement. However, for those candidates who transferred American History credit in (either from High School AP credits or other college coursework), this may be the first time you are hearing about this requirement. As of Fall 2009 as part of the Division of Education, a passing score on this test will be a prerequisite for both ED 343 and ED 363. IF YOU'VE ALREADY PASSED THE IL HISTORY COMPETENCY TEST, THEN DISREGARD THIS MESSAGE. If you have not already taken and passed the IL History Competency Test, then you will have 3 opportunities to take it this semester. Passing this test is a requirement for Education Majors. You are able to re-take this test until you attain a passing score (75% or above). There is a STUDY GUIDE to this test. The dates for the Fall 2012 Semester are: (Location is MCL 112) · Wednesday, September 19th, 2012 from 4:30-5:30 · Wednesday, October 17th, 2012 from 4:30-5:30 · Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 from 4:30-5:30. Please sign-up in the Division of Education Offices.
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