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  • About the Augustine Institute — Augustine Institute — Carthage College
    seek to think and live well in the 21st century and to nurture dialogue in search of truth understanding virtue compassion and service The Institute shares in Carthage s publicly affirmed calling to equip free men and women with the knowledge values and skills needed to serve others vocationally within an increasingly pluralistic and multicultural church society and global community In pursuit of its purposes the Augustine Institute initiates and

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  • About St. Augustine — Augustine Institute — Carthage College
    sin and to fulfill classical virtues with both divine judgment and grace Augustine s resultant Christian Realism was deeply rooted spiritually in the apostolic teachings of St Paul This bold theology of engagement with the world bore fruit in both church and society via the Reformation witness of Martin Luther Martin Luther was both an Augustinian monk and a university professor Had he not insisted on fidelity to both of these callings the Protestant Reformation would not have unfolded as it did and the modern world would not have taken the shape it did Lutheranism is a distinctive expression of the dialectical relationship between faith and learning articulated forcefully by St Augustine From its beginnings Lutheranism at its best has energetically and distinctively affirmed the role of learning both as an expression of faith and as a corrective to potential misuses of faith both in the church and in society Lutheran intellectuals and Lutheran colleges and universities have played significant roles in the life and culture of the western world including the United States for hundreds of years and they continue to do so Part of the reason for this sustained record of faithful excellence is that it is undergirded

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  • About the Director — Augustine Institute — Carthage College
    Before joining the Carthage faculty in 2004 Dr Schulze served as executive director of the Division for Higher Education and Schools of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America He has taught German English philosophy European and American literature American studies and communication studies at Yale University the U S Military Academy at West Point the University of Texas at Austin Julius Maximilians Universitaet in Wuerzburg Germany and Texas Lutheran University where he served as chair of the department of English and Communication director of international education vice president for academic affairs and dean of the university Dozens of his articles and reviews have appeared in annual editions of The Romantic Movement A Selective and Critical Biography as well as in periodicals such as Studies in Romanticism SubStance Intersections and the Journal of Lutheran Ethics He is co editor with Walter Wetzels of a volume of essays on historiography and literature Literature and History 1983 His interdisciplinary teaching and scholarship have been shaped by a lifelong interest in human beings as symbol using creatures He earned his B A from the University of Texas at Austin his M A from Johns Hopkins University his M Phil and Ph D from Yale

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  • History — Augustine Institute — Carthage College
    He contributed his last work to the Augustine Institute in the form of essays written expressly for this site Showing once again the range and acumen of Dr Lazareth s insights the essays deal with topics as diverse as the influence of Pelagianism in the early church to the ecumenical legacy of Pope John Paul II Pastor Lazareth died in February of 2008 The Institute is humbled to serve as the repository for his last work Leonard G Schulze Professor Schulze is chair of the Department of Communication and Digital Media at Carthage Before coming to the College in 2004 he was executive director of the ELCA s Division for Higher Education and Schools and a longtime lay leader in the church He holds advanced degrees in comparative literature from Johns Hopkins and Yale and has a distinguished record of scholarship teaching service and administration at colleges and universities in the United States and Europe especially colleges of the ELCA When it was founded in 2005 the Augustine Institute was a moderated online forum Its directors posted questions or themes for discussion to the web site and provided initial perspectives and resources We re using this medium in much the

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  • Discussions — Augustine Institute — Carthage College
    on the Ordained Ministry William H Lazareth Autumn 2009 Why Do We Need Lutheran Colleges Universities Tom Christenson Spring 2009 2008 Ecumenical Convergences on the Eucharist William H Lazareth Meals for Mission Summer 2008 We Acknowledge One Baptism Resurrection and New Life William H Lazareth Nicene New Creation Spring 2008 2007 We Believe in God the Holy Spirit William H Lazareth Nicene Pneumatology Winter 2007 We Believe in God the Lord and Savior William H Lazareth Nicene Soteriology Autumn 2007 We Believe in God the Son William H Lazareth Nicene Christology Summer 2007 We Believe in God the Father William H Lazareth Nicene Creation Spring 2007 2006 We Believe in One God William H Lazareth Nicene Trinitarian Monotheism Winter 2006 Carthage and St Augustine II Donatism and the Church William H Lazareth Autumn 2006 Carthage and St Augustine I Pelagianism and Salvation William H Lazareth Summer 2006 U S Lutherans and Catholics After 40 Years William H Lazareth Lutherans and Catholics in Dialogue Spring 2006 Head Heart and Language A Book Review Christian von Dehsen Lutherans and Catholics in Dialogue Spring 2006 2005 Pope Benedict XVI and Eastern Orthodoxy Winter 2005 2006 Vocation The Crux of the Matter Leonard G

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  • Resources — Augustine Institute — Carthage College
    of the unit for Vocation and Education in the churchwide offices of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Provides perspectives on the relationship between the ELCA and 27 colleges and universities related to it along with information on joint programs for the colleges and their faculties and staffs Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Social Statement on Education The background and the full text of the ELCA Social Statement on Education This and the other nine social statements of the ELCA provide an analysis and interpretation of an issue set forth basic theological and ethical perspectives related to it and offer guidance for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America its individual members and its affiliated agencies and institutions Intersections The biannual publication of the 27 ELCA colleges and universities whose mission includes raising the level of awareness among faculty about the Lutheran heritage and connectedness of their institutions realizing a sense of being part of a larger family with common interests and concerns The Joseph Sittler Archives The site of the Joseph Sittler Archives located at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago Sittler s work addressed foundational connections between theology language the arts and education Darrell Jodock on Faith and

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  • About the Griffin Observatory — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    Griffin Observatory welcomes students astronomers clubs and corporate groups for daytime and evening activities that educate and inspire To schedule a tour event or viewing session call 262 657 6005 Astronomy Pioneers A History of the Kemper Center Observatory In the 1890s public schools didn t emphasize science education especially not for women At Kemper Hall a private girls school an emphasis on the natural sciences was uniquely central to the curriculum One of the school s most impressive features was the observatory built especially for instruction in astronomy The 25 foot tall octagon structure topped by a massive copper dome was perched on a tower accessed by a four story spiral staircase The dome was rotated manually and the shutter opened to the sky by a rope and pulley system Restoration Four years in the making the new observatory incorporates modern technology while preserving the historic ambiance Central to the project was the removal of the original copper dome and the construction of a new replica copper covered dome Hundreds of roof elements were hand shaped by a historical carpenter and shipwright working with steam bent wood and resin composites The dome now operates with a computer controlled rotational mechanism and two shutters allowing ready observation and tracking from horizon to zenith A new ventilation system makes year round observation possible by matching the inside temperature with that of the outside minimizing viewing distortion New flooring and a telescope mounting pedestal allow 360 degree rotational visibility without causing vibration The restoration also includes a new sky deck observation area on the roof adjacent to the observatory and new classroom space for remote observation The Telescope Housed within the observatory is a new 11 Celestron telescope on a precision AstroPhysics 900GT mount controlled by computer It allows accurate tracking of

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  • News and Events — Carthage Institute of Astronomy — Carthage College
    from 6 to 9 p m Thursday Dec 6 more Science Cafe series kicks off with Nuclear Arms in the 21st Century Carthage s first Science Cafe of the semester featured political science professor Jeff Roberg speaking on the threat of global thermonuclear war more Professor helps bring telescopes to classrooms Carthage Prof Doug Arion has helped launch the Telescopes4Teachers program to introduce students worldwide to astronomy more Transit of Venus program planned at Kemper Center The Carthage Institute of Astronomy will host a program June 5 for visitors to watch Venus pass in front of the Sun more Presentation features Carthage students latest research with NASA The Carthage Microgravity Team will present findings from its latest research project with NASA on May 8 at the Kemper Center in Kenosha more Talk on famous astronomers kicks off season at Carthage observatory Carthage fellow Aviva Rothman will give a talk on Trying the Telescope Kepler Galileo and the New Science on March 27 at the Kemper Center in Kenosha more Prof Arion invited to Hawaii astronomy event Prof Doug Arion gave a presentation titled The Beautiful End of Stars at a Journey Through the Universe Family Science Day March 4 in

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