From Plato to Picasso to You

An opportunity not to be missed!

From Plato to Picasso to You


Learning Worldviews Through the Arts
Offered by Philadelphia Biblical University
June 10-18, 2009
A Unique 9-day Rome-Florence-Paris
Christian worldview “conference on wheels”
led by Rick and Nancy Pearcey
Join PBU professor and Total Truth author Nancy Pearcey and writer-editor Rick Pearcey on a 9-day worldview excursion through Rome, Florence, and Paris.
Learn on-site how to “decipher” the meaning of the art and artifacts that have shaped the Western mind and continue to influence our lives today. Take a “conference on wheels” to the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican art museum, the Uffizi and Louvre, and the Colosseum and Eiffel Tower — all illuminated by presentations and discussions led by Rick and Nancy Pearcey.
Dr. Nancy Pearcey is PBU’s Scholar for Worldview Studies. She has lectured widely and authored award-winning books on Christian worldview, including the best-selling Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity. Take this exclusive opportunity to get a preview of the material she is working on for her next book.
Rick Pearcey holds two master’s degrees and is formerly managing editor of the Capitol Hill political weekly Human Events and associate editor of the Evans-Novak Political Report. He now edits and publishes The Pearcey Report (archives), where Nancy is editor at large.

You can find out more here, and be sure to check out the rest of the Pearcey Report while you’re there.

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Rachel Motte

Rachel Motte is a freelance writer, journalist and editor specializing in social issues, educational affairs, and international religious freedom. Her work has appeared at, The Evangelical Outpost, The New Ledger, the Daily Caller, and in Jonah Goldberg’s recent anthology, Proud to Be Right. She is an alumna of Biola University, the Torrey Honors Institute, the Leadership Institute, and the World Journalism Institute. Rachel may be reached at rachel[at]rachelmotte[dot]com.

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