'Studying Religion at a College of the Church'

Guy Nave to moderate Luther College Religion Forum student panel April 30  

The Luther College Religion Department will host "Studying Religion at a College of the Church," the final event in the 2014-15 Luther College Religion Forum Series, "Teaching Religion at a College of the Church."

The forum will take place at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 30, in Room 102 of the Franklin W. Olin Building on the Luther campus. The event is open to the public with no charge for admission.

A panel of Luther students, moderated by Guy Nave, Luther professor of religion, will share their thoughts regarding Luther's two course religion general education requirement and discuss how religion courses have shaped their educational paths throughout their college years.

Nave holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Oral Roberts University, an M. Div. in biblical studies from Princeton Theological Seminary, a master's degree in New Testament studies from Yale University, an M. Phil. in biblical interpretation from Yale University and a Ph.D. in social history of early Christianity from Yale University.

A national liberal arts college with an enrollment of 2,400, Luther offers an academic curriculum that leads to the Bachelor of Arts degree in more than 60 majors and pre-professional programs. For more information about Luther visit the college's website: http://www.luther.edu.

Guy Nave, associate professor of religion