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from Blessed are the Peacemakers
by Ed Gilbreath
October 21, 2010
Ed leads us into an exploration of ways we divide ourselves by race, religion, politics, and culture, and challenges us to step outside our familiar perspectives and see the world through eyes tran...
from Torrey Honors Institute Lectures
by Robert P. George
March 6, 2014
Dr. Robert P. George of Princeton University speaks on the role of constitution and the public good in government. He carefully argues that the public good is best served by a limited government th...
from POSC 225: Survey of American Government
by Scott A. Waller
February 22, 2012
Dr. Scott Waller discusses the dangers of tyrannical government. He shows how the checks and balances put in place by the Constitution work to prevent such a government.
from COMM 254: Communication Theory
by Timothy Muehlhoff
September 28, 2010
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff articulates Kenneth Burke's ideas of individual perspectives in theology as well as in economics and communication. He also talks about how society inflicted hierarchies often lea...
by Michael Cromartie
November 21, 2013
Michael Cromartie, Vice President of Ethics and Public Policy Center, explains the importance of presenting evangelicalism respectably in the political arena. He explains how and why evangelicals h...
from Sanity in the Voting Booth
by Kevin Alan Lewis and Scott A. Waller
October 28, 2010
Professor Kevin Lewis dives into a theological foundation for civil government and the state. Professor Lewis demonstrates how many of the current laws of the land are actually deeply connected to ...
from ARTS 315: Contemporary Art Trends
by Jonathan A. Anderson
November 4, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art, Jonathan Anderson, lectures on contemporary art as a form of liturgy and embodied belief, discussing how students can understand and perceive current art from a distinct...
from TTPT 703: The Church and Society
by Scott B Rae
September 20, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae delves into the rudimentary principles that inform the abortion, euthanasia, assisted suicide, and stem-cell research debates. Dr. Rae dismantles the problematic assumptions within th...
from Environmental Ethics
by Garrett J DeWeese
April 22, 2011
In this seminar Dr. DeWeese presents the third approach to Environmental Ethics: an ecological ethic. He defines this ethic as one that sees a value in nature. Dr. DeWeese explains that this ethic ...
from ISCL 765: Cross-Cultural Leadership
by Sherwood Lingenfelter
March 4, 2011
Sherwood Lingenfelter examines situations where rules are broken, in order to understand what the rules in society are. He shows then, how rules need to be understood in order to study people in ac...