Facts, Frauds and Fictions: Mapping the Top of the World Ernst F. Tonsing
Professor emeritus Ernst F. Tonsing, PhD, taught religion, Greek and religious art at Cal Lutheran from 1974 until his retirement in 2003. He has lectured widely on the Dead Sea Scrolls, early Christian art and Martin Luther. A prolific writer on topics ranging from architecture to religion, he is the author of two 50th-anniversary books on the history of Cal Lutheran and of nearby Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, where he is a longtime member. Tonsing has traveled extensively and led Cal Lutheran study tours of Greece and the Middle East. This lecture on his map collection will be presented during homecoming weekend.
Admission is free. Sponsored by the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art. This event takes place in the new art center, not the gallery. For information, contact Rachel T. Schmid at (805) 493-3697.
3350 Campus Drive
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
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