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Reservation space remains for February Roundtable

Laurinburg, N.C. – Reservation space is still available for the Feb. 15 Religion and Science Roundtable featuring the Rev. Dr. Ron Crossley.

Free and open to the public, the event will be held in the William Henry Belk College Center of St. Andrews Presbyterian College on Feb. 15. The evening with a dinner at 6 p.m. followed by the lecture at 7 p.m. Reservations for the event are required for meal preparation purposes. To make a reservation, send an email to rsvp@sapc.edu or call 910-277-3968 by Feb. 8. Be sure to include the names of all who will be attending in the message.

Crossley will present "Christ, Creation and Contemporary Cosmology." He first came to St. Andrews in 1968 as Assistant Professor of Religion and served the College for 16 years as a faculty member and administrator. He is a graduate of Samford University, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Duke University's doctoral program in Christian theology and ethics. He currently serves as a guest lecturer in the St. Andrews Honors program, a teacher in the St. Andrews Institute of Lifelong Learning, a supply preacher and teacher in area churches, and a building volunteer with Scotland County's Habitat for Humanity.

A second Roundtable will be presented on April 5 by Dr. Pamela Case, who will share "Neurotheology: Brains, Boundaries, and Beliefs."

The Religion and Science Roundtables are associated with the annual John Calvin McNair Lecture on Science and Theology hosted each fall by St. Andrews. The McNair Lecture was established by the 1857 will of John Calvin McNair who asked that "the object of which lecture(s) shall be to show the mutual bearing of Science and Theology upon each other...."

About St. Andrews Presbyterian College

An innovative and bold academic venture, the distinctive character of St. Andrews has been marked by an interdisciplinary curriculum, a highly acclaimed college press, an award-winning pipe band, national champion equestrian teams, and first-rate scholarship. In addition to classes on the main campus, adult learners also choose the Center for Adult and Professional Studies opportunities through St. Andrews @ Sandhills and St. Andrews ONLINE.

On Aug. 29, 1958, the merger between Presbyterian Junior College and Flora Macdonald College became official with the formation of St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, N.C. Further information may be obtained by visiting the College's website www.sapc.edu, calling 800-763-0198 or sending an e-mail to info@sapc.edu.


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