Winifred E. Weter

The annual Winifred E. Weter Faculty Award Lecture for Meritorious Scholarship provides a public platform form which the claims of the liberal arts in the Christian university are espoused. Delivered each year by a SPU faculty member selected by the Faculty Affairs Committee, the Weter Lecture honors Winifred E. Weter, SPU professor emerita of classics. Her teaching career spanning 40 years (1935-78-5) exemplifies a life of Christian character and integrity. Her love for the study of classical languages and literature inspired a similar enthusiasm in thousands of her students, and this lecture continues that tradition of inspiration.

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Submissions from 2013

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Youth, Faith, and the Christian University after Moral Therapeutic Deism, Jeff Keuss

Submissions from 2012

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Resurrection of the Body?: Physicalism and the Possibility of Life After Death, Rebekah Rice

Submissions from 2011

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A Two-talent Servant in a Five-talent World: Christian vs. Secular Views of Human Potential, Paul Yost

Submissions from 2010

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The Chemical Constraints on Creation: Natural Theology and Narrative Resonance, Ben McFarland

Submissions from 2009

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Toward a Theology of Mental Illness, Marcia Webb

Submissions from 2008

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Multiplying Division: A Figural Reading of the Story of the Levite's Concubine, Frank Spina

Submissions from 2007

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Evangelicals in American Film, Todd Rendleman

Submissions from 2006

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Does a Company Have a Soul?, Margaret Diddams

Submissions from 2005

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The People of Promise and the People of Hope: A Response to the American Dream, Bill Woodward

Submissions from 2004

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Puritanism Meets Greek Orthodoxy, Rick Steele

Submissions from 2002

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In a Global World, Who Is My Neighbor?, Kevin Neuhouser and Mark Edwards