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05/12/10

Dr. Robert Whalen's Thoughts on Thomas Merton and Hannah Arendt

Dr. Robert Whalen, McMahon Professor of History, continues his work connecting history, philosophy, religion, and ethics in his essay, "Thomas Merton and Hannah Arendt: Spirituality, Counter-Culture, and Cold War."  Read More


04/14/10

The Religious Use of Politics

Robin W. Lovin, the Cary Maguire University Professor of Ethics at Southern Methodist University offers these thoughts on the PBS Ethics and Religion newsweekly website: Read More


02/17/10

Queens to host regional and national philosophy conferences

Queens' Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Center for Ethics and Religion will host a regional philosophy meeting in February, 2010, and a national philosophy conference just two weeks later in March. Read More


01/27/10

What are the basic tenets and misconceptions about some major faith traditions?

Panel members will talk about central beliefs of their faith and common misconceptions.  Read More


12/10/09

Former N.C. Governor and chemistry professor Dr. Jim Martin to speak on Science: The Modern Revelation

The Center for Ethics and Religion will present as this year's Witherspoon Lecturer former N.C. Governor and chemistry professor Dr. Jim Martin Read More


11/03/09

Expert to speak on "Forgiveness: Psychology, Religion, Ethics" on November 3

The Center for Ethics and Religion at Queens will present Dr. Everett Worthington, Jr., speaking on forgiveness Read More


10/28/09

Dr. James Howell to speak October 28 on St. Francis

The Center for Ethics and Religion at Queens will present Dr. James Howell, speaking on his new book, Conversations with St. Francis Read More


10/14/09

Richard Dawkins lecture tickets are all reserved

The Center for Ethics and Religion at Queens - in cooperation with Charlotte Pop Fest and The Bancroft Science Author Series - will present Dr. Richard Dawkins speaking on "The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution" Read More


09/23/09

Nobel Peace Prize nominee Archbishop Elias Chacour to speak on Sept. 23

Elias Chacour, a Melkite Catholic priest, is a Palestinian Christian from Galilee who has served as the Archbishop of the Melkite Catholic Church of Haifa, Akko, Nazareth, and all Galilee in 2006. Read More


09/13/09

Monroe Gilmour to speak Sept. 13 on The Spirituality of Community Organizing

The Center for Ethics and Religion at Queens, in partnership with United Religions Initiative of Charlotte, will present community organizer Monroe Gilmour Read More

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