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CACE is excited to be partnering with Wheaton College's Institute for Faith and Vocation to bring to campus a new film series For the Life of the World.  Letters to the Exiles produced by the ACTON Institute.

The event will be held, Tuesday, September 9, 7 – 9:30PM in Barrows Auditorium.  We will show the whole series and then have a time of Q&A with special guests from ACTON, FLOW actors, Evan Koons and Dr. Stephen Grabill.  

What's being said:  From The Layman online…“For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles” is a kinda quirky, extremely hipster, theologically rich, artistically beautiful documentary which primarily asks the question, “What is our salvation for?”     Heartsandmindbooks.com says "For the Life of the World is stunningly beautiful in an upbeat, earnest-bohemian sort of way, endlessly fascinating, intellectually rich -- even deep; who cites long passages from Hans Von Balthasar and recites Gerard Manley Hopkins poems about Christ playing in ten thousand places and in the acknowledgements thanks Herman Bavinck?"

Redeeming the Gift of Power

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Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 at 7:00 in Barrows Auditorium 

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology along with the Center for Applied Christian Ethics (CACE) is honored to host Mr. Andy Crouch for the 12th annual Fahs Symposium on . Mr. Crouch will also share in our undergraduate chapel that morning, reflecting on "Good, Very Good, Glory: Culture and the Divine Image."




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