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Mars Hill Lecture at Geneva School of Boerne


Geneva School of Boerne will host its annual Mars Hill Lecture from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, Thursday, Jan. 15, in the school's Lyceum.
Dr. J. Budziszewski, a professor at the University of Texas and author of 12 books including "How to Stay Christian in College," will be the guest speaker for this year's Mars Hill Lecture. He will speak on natural law under the title of "Written on the Heart: What Writing? What Heart?" The lecture is free and open to the public.
The Mars Hill Lecture, sponsored by Geneva's School of Rhetoric, is named after the place in Classical Athens where councils and trials were held. Mars Hill, also known as the Areopagus, was also the place where the Apostle Paul, inspired by an altar inscribed "to the unknown god," delivered his famous sermon recorded in Acts 17.