The Veritas Forum
Summary: How can we mend a broken world? How should we seek justice? What is the good life? The Veritas Forum helps students and faculty ask life's hardest questions. Many of the world's leading universities were founded to answer the big "why" questions. Our mission is to help them confront these questions anew. Learn more at veritas.org
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Lydia Dugdale — Medical Doctor, Physician, and Ethicist — discusses the Lost art of Dying in this interview conducted by USC student Quincy Guenther. • Like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you!
A discussion about the history underlying mistrust of medical science, the development of the COVID-19 vaccines, and faith-informed responses to the pandemic. Hosted by: (&) Campaign NYC || andcampaign.org Speakers S. Joshua Swamidass - Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Washington University, Saint Louis • Reverend Stephen Ko - Pastor of New York Chinese Alliance Church • Kayana Jean-Philippe - Healthcare Consultant and COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Trial Participant • • Moderated by Rasool Berry - Teaching Pastor at The Bridge Church in Brooklyn, New York. • Please like, share, subscribe to and review this podcast. Thank you.
Oxford Professor Emeritus John Lennox, Mathematician and Philosopher of Science presents his reasoning for the link between science and belief in God. Presented from the stage at the Claremont Center for Reason, Religion, and Public Affairs. • Like, share, review, and subscribe to this podcast. Thank you.
The project of pluralism promises inclusiveness, tolerance, and peace, but it rarely satisfies. At a Veritas Forum from Harvard, Diana Eck (Harvard) and Vinoth Ramachandra (IFES) discuss the nature of pluralism and the challenges that keep us from genuine dialogue. How can we maintain our deepest core beliefs while also engaging with the beliefs of others? • Please like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you.
Dave Evans teaches “Designing Your Life” – Stanford University’s most popular class. He is an entrepreneur who led the design of Apple’s first mouse, and co-founded Electronic Arts before becoming a Consulting Assistant Professor at Stanford.
Pastor, author, and public intellectual Tim Keller is in conversation with Sterling Professor of Law at Yale Law School and born-again pagan, Anthony Kronman. They discuss their theological perspectives on gratitude, free will, and our current political moment. Moderated by Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale Divinity School, Willie Jennings. • Please like, share, review, and subscribe to this podcast. Thank you.
MIT Professor of Mechanical Engineering Cullen Buie discusses his journey through science, God and making a name for himself at The Veritas Forum at Caltech. • Please like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you.
Mathematician and University of San Diego professor Satyan Devadoss is interviewed by Oxford graduate student Lauren Spohn. A discussion about the beauty and mystery of mathematics in the context of Satyan's latest book: Mage Merlin's Unsolved Mathematical Mysteries. • Like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you.
In this episode we hear from mathematician, philosopher, and theologian, Dr. John Lennox. In a discussion titled “Did Science Kill God?” Lennox thoughtfully probes the idea that God and science is an either or decision. Recorded in 2015 from the stage at UCLA. • Please like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you!
Meghan Sullivan is Professor of Philosophy and the Rev. John A O’Brien Collegiate Chair at the University of Notre Dame. In this lecture she discusses the rationality of the Christian faith from the stage at Montana Tech. ••• Please like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you!
Every generation must be challenged to assess whether its assumptions about God must be reexamined. Join N.T. Wright, Peter Thiel, and moderator Ross Douthat in a discussion on hope, technology, politics, and theology. Please like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you!
Some say that claiming to know God or truth is too exclusive in a pluralistic society and too divisive in a free democratic one. People who hold such exclusive beliefs, they say, tend to impose them on others and oppress those who disagree. How can Christians, then, justify their faith that says Jesus is the one true way to God? Can they fit in and operate in a free society? Tim Keller dives into these questions on the stage at UC Berkeley. Please like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you!
What power do everyday citizens have to bridge divides and overcome differences? Is it possible to love those who we see as "enemies" and if so, how? A conversation with Harvard Business School professor Arthur Brooks and Stanford graduate student Isaiah Drummond.
University of Chicago professor Jean Bethke Elshtain and Harvard philosopher Michael Sandel discuss the role of religion in public life. Does religion deserve a place in the public square? Is it fair to exclude what many people consider the basis of their ethical framework? Should we study our religious texts together? Please like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you!
Jonathan Haidt is an NYU professor of Moral Psychology & author of Coddling of the American Mind, and John Inazu is a Washington University Professor of Law & Religion and the author of Confident Pluralism — in this discussion they set out to confront the current climate of polarization and distrust in our country’s religion and politics. Please like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you!