St. Davids, PA: Eastern University's distinctive lecture series, Windows on the World, will begin again this Friday, September 6 with a presentation by Don Golden, missiologist and executive director of Red Letter Christians. These free weekly presentations are open to the public and provide an opportunity to gather together as a community in thoughtful consideration of very important issues, deepening our common pursuit of faith, reason and justice.
Sponsored by the Office of the Provost, Windows on the World is intended to stimulate personal involvement in and knowledge of some of the crucial and controversial issues facing Christians today. Through these forums, the campus community is exposed to Christian thinkers and activists who model our motto of “the whole gospel for the whole world.”
Windows on the World presentations take place on Friday mornings at 10 a.m. in the McInnis Auditorium on Eastern University's St. Davids campus unless otherwise indicated.
Fall 2019 Presentations
- Friday, September 6*: Don Golden, missiologist and executive director of Red Letter Christians
- Friday, September 13: Rev. Dr. Tony Campolo, Emeritus Professor of Sociology
- Friday, September 20*: Carolyn Nichols, EU Alum, MBA Class of 2002, Superior Court Judge of Pennsylvania
- Friday, September 27*: Kathy Khang, writer, speaker, Multiethnic Director for InterVarsity’s Great Lakes West region (location- University Gym)
- Friday, October 4: Dr. Al Socci, Dean of the College of Business and Leadership, Eastern University
- Friday, October 11*: Mark Goodson, current EU doctoral candidate, D.A. in Family and Marriage Therapy
- Friday, October 18*: Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson, EU Alum Class of 2008, Host of the Scoop B Radio Podcast, Senior NBA writer at Basketball Society, contributor to Heavy.com
- Friday, October 25*: Presentation in collaboration with Campolo Center for Ministry
- Friday, November 1*: Derrick Jamison, Death Row Exoneree
- Friday, November 8*: Julie Pennington, Senior Pastor at First Baptist Church of Washington, D.C.
- Friday, November 15*: HAHA (Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week)
- Friday, November 22: Dr. Tara Stoppa, Professor of Psychology, Eastern University
- Friday, December 6: Music and Dance Departments, Eastern University
* An asterisk after a date indicates that following that particular presentation, the Provost’s Office will host an informal luncheon in Baird Library (Walton Hall, 2nd floor) from 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. to extend the conversation over a meal. Sodexo offers a discounted meal rate of $6/person, payable at the door. Luncheon attendees should go through the Dining Commons line and bring their lunches back to Baird Library.
About Eastern University
Eastern University is a Christian university enrolling approximately 3,300 students in its undergraduate, graduate, professional, seminary, and international programs. The university’s main campus is located in the western suburbs of Philadelphia in St. Davids, PA, with additional locations in Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Eastern’s core values of faith, reason and justice are woven into all of its educational programs. For more information visit eastern.edu or contact Kelly Goddard, Director of Marketing and Communications: firstname.lastname@example.org.