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Spring 2002

February 1
“The Clash of Civilizations: A Theological Perspective”
Dr. David Naugle
February 8
“Understanding Islam
Rev. Iraj Hemati
Pastor, The Iranian Baptist Church of Dallas
February 15
“Is Violence and Terrorism Rooted in the Koran?”
Dr. Samuel Shahid
Director/Professor of Islamic Studies Program, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
February 22
“Why Metanarrative Still Matters”
Dr. David Lyle Jeffrey
Distinguished Professor of Literature and the Humanities and Senior Vice Provost, Baylor University
Follow-up Pew College Society presentation,
“Reflections on Christian Scholarship”
Dr. David Lyle Jeffrey
March 1
“NO Hiding Place: The Armenian Genocide and Its Legacy.”

Artyom Tonoyon
International Student from Armenia, DBU Philosophy major & Pew College Society Student

March 8
“Riding the Storm: Making Sense of Life in a Time of Evil and Suffering” (Recorded lecture on CD)
Dr. Os Guinness
Senior Fellow, Trinity Forum and noted author and speaker
March 22
“Redeeming the Body: Women's Physical and Spiritual Roles in Medieval Literature”
Melissa Barry
(DBU alumna), MA, teaches English at The Cambridge School of Dallas
April 5
5th Annual Pew College Society Student Conference First Lecture:
“The Challenge of Living in a Deathwork Culture”
Dr. John Seel
Headmaster, The Cambridge School of Dallas
April 12
“Representations of Female Sanctity in the Later Middle Ages: Hagiography, Mysticism, and Chaucer’s ‘Clerk’s Tale’"
Sara Morris
(DBU alumna), MA
April 19
“Choice of Major, Change of Major and Academic Performance: Impact on Student Persistence and Graduation”
Denise Young
Assistant Provost and Director of Institutional Research, University of Dallas
April 26
“Hymns and Songs of Eastertide: Celebrating Resurrection Life in the Now of God’s Kingdom”
(Piano musical performance in Roberts Rehearsal Hall 206)
Leonardo Zuno and Luke Lin
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