Thursday, Aug 4
Open HoursLet us provide the coffee, tea, bubbly water, and snacks. Come in to read one of our journals or books, work on whatever you need to work on, or just relax and hang out with Todd & Dan. This is fellowship at Alcuin Study Center.
1:00-5:001401 W.
Beechwood Ave.
Muncie, IN
47303
Thursday, Aug 4
A Taste of AlcuinJoin us for dessert, a short film, and a tour of Alcuin Study Center’s mission and aims.
6:30-8:301401 W.
Beechwood Ave.
Muncie, IN
47303
Saturday, Aug 6
Culture MakingDo you have a creative project in mind that you’re having trouble making the time for? Saturday mornings at ASC are set aside for creating. Bring your unfinished novel, your sketchbook and paints, your headphones and music software. And if you’d like to run an idea by the rest of us, that’s why we’re there!
9:00am-12:00n1401 W.
Beechwood Ave.
Muncie, IN
47303
Sunday,
Aug 7
Medicine & Faith Panel DiscussionTop physicians from around the country will join us via Zoom for a live panel discussion about the role that Christian faith plays in their research and practice. See the Medicine & Faith page for details. The participating physicians will also be offering their contact information for networking purposes. If you are a med or pre-med student, you will not want to miss this event.
6:00-8:00 pmBSU Pittenger Student Center, Cardinal Hall A
Friday, Aug 12
Short Film & Discussion: A Concerto is a ConversationAfter viewing this film by Academy Award Winner Ben Proudfoot, we will consider how the themes of the film might lead us to be better human beings.
7:00-9:001401 W.
Beechwood Ave.
Muncie, IN
47303
Saturday, Aug 13
Culture MakingDo you have a creative project in mind that you’re having trouble making the time for? Saturday mornings at ASC are set aside for creating. Bring your unfinished novel, your sketchbook and paints, your headphones and music software. And if you’d like to run an idea by the rest of us, that’s why we’re there!
9:00am-12:00n1401 W.
Beechwood Ave.
Muncie, IN
47303
Friday, Sep 09
A Sort of Homecoming: Vice, Virtue, and Plain Bad Manners in Homer’s OdysseyHomer’s Odyssey is not only a blast of an adventure, it is also an exploration of human nature. We’ll discuss the link between hospitality and justice, the definition of love, the longing for home, and the fear of the other.
Teacher: Dan Daugherty, Executive Director
1:00-2:15pmMuncie Alliance Church
5601 W. Jackson
Muncie, IN
47304

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Previous Events:

Faith, Ethics, and the Medical Workplace: An Evening with Dr. Kayla Nixon [video here]

The Pentateuch: From Blessing to Banishment to Canaan’s Borders [Biblical Literacy Series, 13-week course taught by Brian Allred; video here]

Faith & Art: Playful Art with Eric Van Wyk [interview; video here]

Faith & Medicine Panel Discussion [Physicians and Medical Students from Mayo Clinic, CIP, and elsewhere; video here]

Narrow is the Way: The Sermon on the Mount [Biblical Literacy Series, 13-week course taught by Brian Allred; video here]

King Davids Royal Son: The Wisdom, Wealth, Wives, and Warnings of Solomon [Brian Allred, 8-week Biblical Literacy course]

When God Trades [Nathanael Snow, BSU Assistant Professor of Economics; Friday Night Lecture]

Science & Faith: Friends or Foes, author John Collins [book study led by Dan Daugherty, ASC Executive Director, and Bart Pederson, BSU/IU Associate Professor of Medical Education]

Claiming Our Inheritance: The Books of Joshua & Judges in Christian Discipleship [Brian Allred, New Life PCA teaching pastor and ASC biblical scholar; 8-week Biblical Literacy course]

The Year of Our Lord 1943, author Alan Jacobs [book study led by Dan Daugherty, ASC Executive Director]

The Abolition of Man, author C. S. Lewis [book study led by Dan Daugherty, ASC Executive Director]

Three Difficult Passages about Money [Todd Larson, CFP and Certified Kingdom Advisor; Mid-week Lecture]