This looks interesting. I’m hammered with assembly prep, but some of you should check this out for us.
Topic: “Evil Seen Theologically and Psychologically: A Case Study of Jeffrey Dahmer”
Speaker: Nathan Carlin
When: Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Where: The Forest Club, 9950 Memorial Drive, 77024
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Cost: $25.00 if paid by Tuesday, May 10th (if paid after May 10th or at the door there will be a $1.00 surcharge)
In a psychology-theology dialogue, Nathan will draw on the deadly sins tradition and the thoughts of Origen, an early heretical Christian thinker, to argue that Dahmer was evil. Dr. Carlin is Associate Professor of Medical Humanities at the University of Texas Medical School.
PLEASE register by Tuesday morning, May 10th, so that the chef can prepare enough meals! Since this is not a public restaurant, reservations for meals must be made ahead of time.
Foundation for Contemporary Theology