The first amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America prohibits any law respecting an establishment of religion or impeding the free exercise of religion. And yet, American civil society is saturated with anti-religious and religious sensibilities that often frame religious and secular goods as mutually subjugating. This quarter’s lecture series will attempt to disrupt this polarizing frame.
Eagleton shares why God is pointless and why this is the whole point about God.
Wiman examines what a credible Christian faith might look like at the beginning of the 21st century.
Panel featuring Bo Caldwell, Robert Ellsberg, Ron Hansen, & Tobias Wolff reflecting on the impact of a significant hero of conscience within their lives, the world, and the church.
Baggett discusses a considered, sociological look at American Atheism.
Cavanaugh argues there is no essential difference between "secular" violence and "religious" violence.
This day of reflection attends to the related perennial human question: “Why do we suffer?"
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Professor Socorro Castañeda-Liles' Junior Scholar Research Lecture has been cancelled.