What Is the True Nature of Work?
Sandridge Auditorium (123 Robert S Kerr Ave., Oklahoma City, 73102)
Saturday, October 15 (12 noon-1 p.m.)
Free (bring your own lunch)
"What is the true nature of work?" is the topic of the October 15th City Forum, a public platform presented in lecture format for civil discourse. Douglas Horstmanshof, M.D., program director of the Heart Failure Institute at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center and cardiologist for the INTEGRIS Nazih Zuhdi Transplant Institute and Tim Neville-Lee, architect for Allford, Hall, Monaghan, and Morris will be our guests. This "brown bag" lunch will be 12 noon-1 p.m. at the Sandridge Auditorium and is free and open to the public.
City Forum, hosted by Salt and Light Leadership Training (SALLT), was founded and will be moderated by Nathan Carr, Provost of The Academy of Classical Christian Studies, and held the third Wednesday of September-November. Carr, along with his guests, is committed to exploring ideas related to philosophy, business, economics, arts, politics, and city-planning.
“Civil discourse has been the necessary ‘space’ for the free exchange of ideas since the early Greeks. It offers the opportunity for honest discussion about the true nature of things which is imperative for a society that guards the full humanity of its peoples,” says Carr.
The final topic for the remainder of the City Forum Fall Series will be “What are People For?” on November 19th. All events will be at the Sandridge Auditorium (123 Robert S Kerr Ave., Oklahoma City, 73102), 12 noon-1:00 p.m.
For more information visit the SALLT website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 405.551.8059.
Please put this on your calendars and come out to the inaugural gathering!