SUMMA Camp 2012

University of the South, Sewanee, TN

July 22-30

Forty-nine SUMMA theological debaters and twenty-two adult leaders coming from as far as SummaDebaterWashington, D.C. were in residence July 22-30 at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN participating in introductory classes
in three core areas of reasoning, theology, and debate. Sessions were taught Quiddichby the Rev. Christoph Keller, Th.D., Director of SUMMA and of the Institute for Theological Studies at St. Margaret’s.  Camp also included a variety of fun activities including movies, games, bowling, swimming, sports, and a dance.

Videos About Our Camp Experience

SUMMA 2012 – Video Yearbook

Debate Videos

Camp culminated in a tournament in which all students debated the proposition “Capital punishment is morally justified” – both affirmative and negative.

Annie Meek, a junior from Central High School in Little Rock, was winner of the tournament. Karnessia Georgetown, a sophomore from St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Jackson, MS was finalist in the tournament, and recipent of the SUMMA Prize given to the student who best exemplified St. Paul’s admonition to “speak the truth in love.” (Eph. 4:15).

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