Upcoming Dialogues

Can I Get All A’s and Still Flunk Life?: A Conversation About School, Work, & What Really Matters

Monday, 2nd May 2022, 7:30-9:00pm "As Frampton tells it, his life is one unbroken line of impressive grades, advanced degrees and innumerable citations of his work in cosmology and physics. There is certainly much truth to this. 'He has always been very inventive in thinking of new ideas extending and going beyond the standard model… Continue reading Can I Get All A’s and Still Flunk Life?: A Conversation About School, Work, & What Really Matters

Upcoming Dialogues

Can We Know More Than We Can Prove?: A Conversation on Faith, Science, and Other Ways of Knowing

Monday, February 14th 2022, 7:30-9pm If a 'religion' is defined to be a system of ideas that contains unprovable statements, then Gödel taught us that mathematics is not only a religion, it is the only religion that can prove itself to be one. ~John D. Barrow, The Artful Universe (1995) What do I know? What… Continue reading Can We Know More Than We Can Prove?: A Conversation on Faith, Science, and Other Ways of Knowing

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Your Rights Versus My Freedom: Is A Peaceable Pluralism Possible?

Monday, 8th November 20217:30-9:00pm @ Head of the River It is a fundamental human right, a privilege of nature, that every man should worship according to his own convictions … It is assuredly no part of religion to compel religion.― Tertullian, Letter to Scapula The legitimate powers of government extend to such acts only as… Continue reading Your Rights Versus My Freedom: Is A Peaceable Pluralism Possible?

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‘Who do you say that I am?’: The Historical Jesus & the Christ of Western Culture

Thursday, 14th October, 20217:30-9:00pm @ George Street Social "Regardless of what anyone may personally think or believe about him, Jesus of Nazareth has been the dominant figure in the history of Western Culture for almost twenty centuries. If it were possible, with some sort of super magnet, to pull up out of the history every… Continue reading ‘Who do you say that I am?’: The Historical Jesus & the Christ of Western Culture