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  • Michael Sacasas

Welcome to the New CSC Website

The Christian Study Center is delighted to announce the launch of our new website. We trust this site and its resources will support the center's work in the Gainesville community, while also enhancing what we offer to those outside of Gainesville. Consider this your orientation!

The first thing to note is that you are reading a blog post. With the launch of the new website, we are also relaunching the CSC blog. You can watch this space for both information about our program and occasional posts offering thoughtful reflections on cultural and theological matters, especially as they touch on the life of the university.

Under the Resources page, you will find additional materials including archives of the center's two print publications, Reconsiderations and Under Consideration, as well as an audio archive of lectures, classes, and seminars hosted by the center over the years.

Under the Programs page, you will find a list of upcoming events at the center with everything you'll need to know to take part. On our Home page, you will also find a quick overview of our upcoming events.

If you're new to the Christian Study Center or even if you are an old friend, take a moment to visit the About page to learn about our work and the people who make it happen.

Finally, on the Give page you can learn about the various ways you can support our efforts.

Thank you for stopping by. We're excited and hopeful about the future of the Christian Study Center, and we're glad to be launching this new site in support of our work.

One last thing: If you've not done so already, do take a moment to sign up at the bottom of this page for email updates. It's the best way to stay up to date with all that is happening at the center.

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