Videos

Below are videos from Ignatian Center events as well as promotional items.

  • Why Science Needs God

    Why Science Needs God

    Consolmagno argues that the root assumptions behind science are religious assumptions at their root.

  • Outsourcing Memory

    Outsourcing Memory

    Google, Memory, and Forgiveness

    Herzfeld discusses the impact of outsourcing memory more and more to computers.

  • Unknowable Reality

    Unknowable Reality

    Science, Mathematics, and Mystery

    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.

  • Violent Religion or the Sacred State? Violence, Idolatry, and Religion in Civil Society

    Violent Religion or the Sacred State? Violence, Idolatry, and Religion in Civil Society

    Cavanaugh argues there is no essential difference between "secular" violence and "religious" violence.

  • Well, I’ll be Damned! Considering Atheism in the United States Today

    Well, I’ll be Damned! Considering Atheism in the United States Today

    Baggett discusses a considered, sociological look at American Atheism.

  • Keeping the Faith

    Keeping the Faith

    Catholic Writers on Heroes of Conscience

    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.

  • My Bright Abyss

    My Bright Abyss

    Thoughts on Modern Belief

    Wiman examines what a credible Christian faith might look like at the beginning of the 21st century.

  • Why Is God for Christians Good for Nothing?

    Why Is God for Christians Good for Nothing?

    Eagleton shares why God is pointless and why this is the whole point about God.

  • Making Meaning through Mystery and Community, Text and Context

    Making Meaning through Mystery and Community, Text and Context

    Artists' Reflection Panel

    Contributing artists from the 2012-2013 Bannan Institutes exhibit will reflect on their creative processes and the meaning and mystery of their work with sacred texts.

  • Sacred Poetics: Creation, Collaboration, and the Space In-Between

    Sacred Poetics: Creation, Collaboration, and the Space In-Between

    In this presentation, Thomas Ingmire reflects on a number of collaborative projects involving poetry, music, and calligraphy, and in this context, jostles with the dynamic of sacred poetics, producing meaning in the space in-between.


Exhibits

bannan-exhibit

Dialoguing with Sacred Texts
This exhibit brings together contemporary artists, working in a variety of media, to engage the unfolding dynamic of sacred texts.

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