“Man in the Middle” author to speak at Cedarville

Tim Goeglein, vice president for external relations at Focus on the Family, will be speaking on March 1 in the Jeremiah Chapel of the Dixon Ministry Center at Cedarville University.

Prior to working with Focus on the Family, Goeglein served as special assistant to President George W. Bush, as the deputy director of the White House Office of Public Liaison.

Goeglein graduated from Indiana University’s School of Journalism and is the author of “Man in the Middle.” He currently resides in the Washington-area with his wife and two sons. In his down time he enjoys playing tennis and reading.

Goeglein will share his story about his journey to the White House, his downfall with plagiarism, the overwhelming forgiveness he received from the president and what God has revealed to him since.

MALONE FORUM EXAMINES POLITICS – The Malone University Worldview Forum Series will close out the academic year with its final offering – and one well suited for an election year – Can a Christian be a Democrat? Can a Christian be a Republican? The forum is Tuesday, March 20, at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary of the Johnson Center for Worship and the Fine Arts. The program is free and open to the public.

The Worldview Forum may also be viewed live online.

Democrat – Jennifer Brunner, J.D., Ohio’s 52nd Secretary of State (2007-2011), partner at Brunner Quinn Law firm, founder of Courage PAC.

Republican – David P. Murray, J.D., partner, Willkie Far & Gallagher LLP

Moderator – Jane Hoyt-Oliver, Ph.D., professor of Social Work, director of General Education, Malone University

ASHLAND PROFS PROMOTED – Two Ashland Theological Seminary faculty members received promotions and/or tenure following the action of the Ashland University Board of Trustees. The promotions are to take effect on July 1, the beginning of the institution’s 2012-2013 academic year.

Dr. John Byron received promotion to professor of New Testament and Greek, while Dr. Paul Chilcote, professor of Historical Theology and Wesleyan Studies, received tenure status.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: Wednesday’s View From The Pugh column features local and national faith comment and events. E-mail
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