Dr. James White at MCTS: Registration now open!

by | Nov 3, 2010 | Course offerings, Current Events

From January 3-8, 2011, Dr. James White will be lecturing at MCTS on various subjects – New Atheism, Islam, Roman Catholicism, and Mormonism. We have room for 25-30 visiting students. We will house you and feed you one meal (dinner) per day. Dr. White will lecture from 5-10pm. During the day, there will be opportunity to read, study, exercise, and maybe even to hang out with Dr. White. You can get information about registration here. If you have any questions, let us know.

PS: If you can’t make it and want to watch the lectures live, there is an option in the registration process to pay $10 to access the live lectures.

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