Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Day 3 - Reformation 500

I think most notable event of day 3 was the Boxing Match of the Millennium! Mr. Doug Phillips acted as the moderator for the debate between Calvin and Darwin. Below are some pictures of the show.

Then, of course, we listened to some amazing music by Charlie Zahm.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

July 2

The 2nd morning of Reformation 500 started out with lectures from Doug Philips, Marshall Foster, and others.

In the afternoon we took a mini-tour of the Massachusetts State Capitol. The Massachusetts State Capitol is in my opinion, the most amazing capitol in America. The original, handwritten, book by William Bradford called "Of Plymouth Plantation" is in this capitol.

Monday, August 3, 2009

July 1: First day of Reformation 500

Our morning started out with a mini-tour of the USS Constitution by Bill Potter. It was amazing to walk on the oldest commissioned ship in the world. This wooden-hulled ship is the only remaining ship from the original 6 authorized for construction by the Navel Act of 1794.