Below are videos from Ignatian Center events as well as promotional items.
This symposium brings together leading thinkers in the fields of religion and science to discuss new horizons in the quest to more deeply understand human existence.
Marilynne Robinson, author Gilead, which won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for fiction and the 2004 National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction, shares on the depth of experience present in Shakespeare's work that sheds light on Grace.
Consolmagno argues that the root assumptions behind science are religious assumptions at their root.
Herzfeld discusses the impact of outsourcing memory more and more to computers.
This lecture addresses the way modern science portrays physical "reality", and will highlight some key differences between the current paradigm and the more intuitive Newtonian world view.
Cavanaugh argues there is no essential difference between "secular" violence and "religious" violence.
Baggett discusses a considered, sociological look at American Atheism.
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.
Wiman examines what a credible Christian faith might look like at the beginning of the 21st century.
Eagleton shares why God is pointless and why this is the whole point about God.