Socrates in the City: One of New York’s Best Kept Secrets

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By Scott Fowler

I am now a veteran of two Socrates in the City events. (I was there for John Lennox—Oxford scholar and professor and former student of C. S. Lewis!—earlier this year, and last Thursday night for Dr. Stephen C. Meyer, founder of the Discovery Institute and who some are calling the father of the modern Intelligent Design movement.) If you have never heard of Socrates in the City,don’t panic. I will tell you enough here to aide you in getting your Socrates on for the next go round.

What is it?

Socrates in the City (which could be shortened to SITC but won’t be here because I like saying Socrates in the City) is at the very least a forum where important authors dealing with important subjects can come and promote (and sell) their important books, or “move product” as Eric Metaxas, the…

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One thought on “Socrates in the City: One of New York’s Best Kept Secrets

  1. Fred Limbach says:

    You convinced me. I just bought the book. Fred Limbach

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