C.S. Lewis Society

Dr. Tom Woodward Spring 2022 Course Offerings

Study C. S. Lewis, Intelligent Design, and Spiritual Growth At Trinity’s University Center!

Founder & Presenter

Dr. Tom Woodward is the Executive Director of the C.S. Lewis Society and has been a professor at Trinity College of Florida, since 1988, teaching courses in science, philosophy, theology, anthropology and communications. He previously chaired the Department of World Missions and from 2000 to 2014 was chair of the Department of Bible and Theology. Tom is a graduate of Princeton University, obtained his Th.M. in Systematic Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. from the University of South Florida. He authored Doubts about Darwin (a 2004 Book of the Year–Christianity Today magazine) and co-edited Darwinism Under the Microscope with Dr. James Gills. Darwin Strikes Back: Defending the Science of Intelligent Design (2006) continued to trace the history of the debate over Darwinism and design theory, and more recently (2012) Dr. Woodward teamed up with Dr. James Gills to produce The Mysterious Epigenome: What Lies Beyond DNA.

Dates and Times: These courses are taught on Tuesdays and Thursdays by Dr. Tom Woodward, Director of the Center, January 18th to April 28th. See below for time slots and fee.

Location: The Trinity College Campus, at 2430 Welbilt Blvd., Trinity, FL 34655. The course professor, Dr. Thomas Woodward, author of “Doubts about Darwin” and “Darwin Strikes Back,” is known for his speaking and writing in theology and apologetics.

Payment: The University Center audit fee, normally $250, has been reduced to $95.  To register for a course, send an email, with name and contact info for persons desiring to enroll, to Andria Llanas, at andria@trinitycollege.edu.  Payment can be by check, made payable to Trinity College, and sent to 2430 Welbilt Blvd., Trinity, FL 34655. Include a note indicating which course(s) you are enrolling in. For full credit option, contact Trinity College: 727-376-6911.

“Theology of Sanctification”

Focus: Biblical Foundations for Spiritual Growth

“Theology of Sanctification” (THEO3332), taught 9:25-10:40 AM, examines in-depth the biblical teaching about spiritual growth, as God conforms us to the likeness of Christ.

For more information, write Dr. Woodward at information@apologetics.org

“Darwinism and Intelligent Design”

Focus: What Does the Evidence Say?

“Darwinism and Intelligent Design” (ISC1502), taught 2:25-3:40 PM, surveys the 150-year debate between creation/intelligent design and Darwinism.  The prime focus is on scientific discoveries that are casting a growing shadow over Darwinism’s credibility. We also study the historical, philosophical and biblical dimensions of the debate.

For more information, write Dr. Woodward at information@apologetics.org

 “C. S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptics”

Focus: Lewis’s Life and Writings

“C. S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptic” (THEO3303) is taught 1:00-2:15 PM. It provides an overview of the amazing life of C. S. Lewis, and a tour of “Mere Christianity,”  “The Problem of Pain,” “Miracles,” “Perelandra,” and short essays by Lewis!

For more information, write Dr. Woodward at information@apologetics.org