As we wrap up another exciting academic year of lectures and programs, I wanted to share our video and audio recordings of those events for those who weren’t able to attend or who would like to watch and listen again.
Throughout the year, we focused on the theme of freedom and the free society, and many of these talks connect with that theme, from Gloria Halverson’s sobering talk on human trafficking and the ways healthcare professionals can combat it, to Patrick Deneen’s Holmer Lecture on liberalism and what comes after it, to Dave Deavel’s talk on the C.S. Lewis and the Tao.
We’ll announce next year’s theme soon; in the meantime, I hope you enjoy and learn from these recordings. The SoundCloud files are audio-only and downloadable.
- William Hurlbut, “Biotechnology, Freedom, & the Pursuit of Happiness”: YouTube | Soundcloud | Recommended Reading
- Integrating Science & Faith with John Walton and Keith B. Miller: YouTube | SoundCloud
- Dave Deavel, “The Tao of Jack: C.S. Lewis on the Foundation of Freedom”: SoundCloud | Recommended Reading
- Gloria Halverson, “Human Trafficking and Medicine”: YouTube | SoundCloud
- William Cavanaugh, “What do I want? Augustine and Milton Friedman on Freedom of Choice”: YouTube | SoundCloud | Recommended Reading
- David Miller, “Faith and Work: Opposing Forces or Complementary Resources?”: YouTube | SoundCloud
- Dan Sulmasy, “The Spirituality of Medical Practice”: YouTube | SoundCloud
- David Skeel, “True Paradox: How Christianity Makes Sense of Our Complex World”: YouTube | SoundCloud
- Audio and video from David Skeel’s lecture “The Bipartisan Benefits of Hobby Lobby” is coming soon!
- Joseph Pearce, “Freedom and Slavery in The Lord of the Rings“: Recommended Reading
- Patrick Deneen, “After Liberalism: Imagining a Humane Post-Liberal Future”: YouTube | SoundCloud | Recommended Reading
- Ken Myers, “The Life of the Mind and the Life of the Church”: YouTube | SoundCloud | Recommended Reading
What were the highlights of this year’s MacLaurinCSF programs for you? We’d love your feedback—leave a comment below!