My BYU Education Week lectures begin today, from 1:50 to 2:45 in the Pardoe Theater in the Harris Fine Arts Center.
Tuesday: ”Constantine the Great”
Wednesday: ”Eusebius of Caesarea”
Thursday: ”Arius and Athanasius”
Friday: ”Justinian and Theodora”
I had high hopes for these lectures when I proposed the topics, but, well, things haven’t worked out as I had anticipated, and I’ve been much distracted over the past couple of months (which I thought would be prime preparation time for these and some related matters). Now, I’ve surrendered the thought of brilliance and I hope merely for adequacy. And I pray that my PowerPoint works.
But the subjects are intrinsically fascinating, so maybe it’ll be alright.