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Wordsmithy 2016

Wordsmithy registration is now open!

 Join us for Wordsmithy 2016—where good writers go to get better!  September 21–23, 2016 This year, we are especially pleased to welcome the acclaimed British author and journalist, Peter Hitchens. Wordsmithy will also feature workshops led by Douglas Wilson, Aaron Rench, and N.D. Wilson. We have moved...

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Lewis’s Possibilism, Lewis’s Actualism

by Dr. Jonathan McIntosh One of my areas of research and interest concerns the question of God’s power and creative possibility. In the history of western theology, as I argue, there is an unresolved and, indeed, almost unrecognized debate between two contrasting views of how God’s...

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N.D. Wilson: New Book, Article, & Interviews

It's been a big week for author and NSA fellow N.D. Wilson. His most recent novel, Outlaws of Time: The Legend of Sam Miracle (Harper Collins) was released nationwide on April 19, ranking as best seller on Amazon on its first day in print and...

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History Trip

This Week In Moscow: April 17–April 23 , 2016

Community is the number one reason many of our students say they chose NSA. Moscow, Idaho, is home to a vibrant and thriving Christian community that is active year-round. You’ll also find that, between the picturesque natural surroundings and the numerous public events* and activities around...

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“Carnival of the Animals”: Grace Agenda Concert, April 9

You are invited to this year's Spring Concert on Saturday, April 9, during NSA's prospective student weekend and the Grace Agenda Conference. NSA's Dr. David Erb will be conducting the Collegium Musicum and Schola Cantorum's Chenaniah Choir. The concert includes Camille Saint-Saens's "Carnival of the...

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Dr. Gordon Wilson on the Original Web Designer

The Ultimate Web Designer Design in Nature by Dr. Gordon Wilson [Full article can be found at Answers in Genesis.] Next time you’re tempted to brush away a spider web, stop to consider the engineering required . . . and the Engineer behind the engineer. Spiders, like venomous snakes, don’t...

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Old-School Rhetoric

by Chris Schlect Fellow of History Cicero’s orations against Cataline were not built in a day. The recovery of classical rhetoric is no small task, beset with heavy lifting and blind groping. This year I designed a new elective course in an attempt to recover some old...

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Immerse Yourself in Latin—and Northwest Scenery—at Tusculum

VENITE TVSCVLVM! (Come to Tusculum!) May 17th - 21st, 2016 Speak Latin! Adventure in the great outdoors! Enjoy an encounter with nature while learning the language of Ancient Rome and beyond!   OVERVIEW Tusculum is a full-immersion residential experience, designed both to introduce aspiring Latinists to the beauty and power of the ancient...

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Ad Fontes, Part IV: Erasmus and the Comma Johanneum

Ad Fontes: Erasmus and the Comma Johanneum by Dr. Timothy Edwards [Note: Click to read the first, second, and third posts on Erasmus’ translation of Scripture.] 500 years ago, almost to the day, Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam published the first ever printed Greek New Testament in Basle. After publication...

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Dr. Stokes Discusses Atheism with Justin Taylor [video]

On the Crossway website, senior fellow of philosophy Mitch Stokes discusses his new book How to Be an (A)theist:Why Many Skeptics Aren’t Skeptical Enough with Justin Taylor. Here's an excerpt: One of the ways [the new atheists] misuse science is to overstate the findings, the certainty...

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