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Normalizing Mental Health: A Christian Perspective

Nov 14, 2018 The current generation is experiencing a crisis in mental health, and sadly there is still a lot of stigma and confusion surrounding issues of mental health. How should we understand mental health as Christians? And how do we help those who are hurting? Watch now

Why History Matters: Debunking the “Warfare” View of Science and Religion

Oct 18, 2018 Many people believe that science and religion are incompatible and have always been in conflict. Dr. Ted Davis traces the historical origins of this myth back to John William Draper and Andrew Dickson White, two 19th century American scholars, and explains how their ideas were ideologically motivated [...]

Genesis and Genetics: Friends or Foes?

May 5, 2018 Are religion and science always at odds? Can biology and the Christian faith help us to understand what it means to be human? Praveen Sethupathy, Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Cornell University, explored the interface between religion and science, and considered how both Christianity and science [...]

Can the University be a Place of Real Disagreement?

Apr 23, 2018 Law professor John Inazu presented a lecture on how members of a diverse university community can live together through deep difference. Professor Inazu laid out an argument for what he calls ‘confident pluralism’ and then addressed contemporary challenges in higher education, including the role and manner of [...]

Universities are Needy Places

Apr 22, 2018 John Sommerville, a retired British Historian, who taught mostly at the University of Florida, talks about the importance of informed Christian engagement within the life of universities. Watch Now


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