Parents are welcome to attend CET. On the Collin County Campus from 8:15-3:45 with Grant Horner as the guest speaker.
Dr. Grant Horner is Professor of Renaissance and Reformation Studies at The Master's University in Santa Clarita, California as well as a high school humanities Teacher at Trinity Classical Academy. His first book, “Meaning at the Movies” on film and theology (Crossway, 2010) was an Amazon bestseller and nominated for Book of the Year in Christianity and Culture by the Book Retailers Association. His second book, “John Milton, Classical Learning, and the Progress of Virtue” was published by Classical Academic Press in 2015. Prof. Horner speaks regularly in a number of venues including national radio, particularly on current theological trends, philosophy and popular culture. He has been involved heavily in rock climbing, ice climbing, and mountaineering since 1979, rock-climbing at a world-class level through the 1980s and 1990s, and he has made five one-day speed-climbing ascents of Yosemite Valley’s 3000’ El Capitan – the largest vertical granite cliff in the world, and famously difficult. He is one of a handful of climbers who has done the “Nose” route on El Cap in less than 24 hours (usual ascents are 3-6 days; his record time is 12:52) and he is the only climber in the world to make such a speed-ascent on a first attempt and first visit to Yosemite.
The schedule is attached. Please come join us!