Events

Year Two (2022–2023): What does It mean to be human?


Autumn Quarter (2022): How Do Humans Do Justice?

  1. Public lecture with Dr. Randy Woodley
    Indigenous Spirit: Weaving Justice and Peace in a Wounded Land

    Monday, Oct. 10
    Watch the lecture.

Winter Quarter (2023): How Do Humans Do Stewardship?

  • Events TBA

Spring Quarter (2023): How Do Humans Find Faith?

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Year Three (2023–2024): What are the ethical implications of technology?

Autumn Quarter (2023): Artificial intelligence and faith

  • Events TBA

Winter Quarter: Where are our responsibilities for climate change?

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Spring Quarter: How does technology reduce versus increase socioeconomic barriers?

  • Events TBA

Archive – Year One (2021–2022): What is creation?

Autumn Quarter (2021): What does God think about creation?

  1. Dr. Loren Haarsma

    Thursday, October 14
    Eaton Hall 112

  2. Dr. Julia Wattacheril

    Tuesday, October 26
    Upper Gwinn Commons

  3. Faith & Philosophy Cadre: Is Creation Really Good? Or in Virtue of What, is Creation Supposed to be Good?

    Thursday, November 4
    2nd floor Library Seminar room

  4. Faculty Fellows Discussion Panel: Research Questions, Faith Journeys, and Current Plans

    Monday, November 8
    Otto Miller Hall 109

Winter Quarter (2022): Were humans inevitable?

  1. Faith, Diversity, and Science: "What Is Creation?"

    Dr. Joseph L. Graves
    Monday, January 31
    YouTube Livestream Link

  2. "Was the Arrival of Humans Inevitable?"

    Dr. Darrel Falk
    Thursday, March 3
    Upper Gwinn Commons

Spring Quarter (2022): How do humans create?

  1. “And, behold, it was very good”: Knowledge creation in the classroom

    Dr. Stamatis Vokos
    Monday, April 18
    Zoom meeting link

    Meeting ID: 954 0703 9414
    Passcode: 335956

  2. Faith, Diversity, and Science: How a Human Engineer Creates

    Jovonia Taylor-Thibert, MBA
    Monday, May 9
    Watch the video
    Otto Miller Hall 109

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