Fascinating Conversations on Faith, Politics, and Culture

Looking for a serious yet available discussion of Mormonism and politics? Wondering about the current state of the religion vs. science debate? Curious about how the religious world looks from the perspective of an expert in the sociology of religion?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then let me point you to an excellent set of resources. The transcripts from the latest Faith Angle Forum and now available online, at not cost.

The transcripts from the latest Faith Angle Forum are now available. This forum, sponsored by the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington DC and hosted by Michael Cromartie, brings together leading scholars and journalists. The topics are always timely, the discussion lively. Here are the topics from November’s Faith Angle Forum

Mormonism and Politics: Historical and Contemporary Issues

Lecture by David Campbell, Professor of Political Science, University of Notre Dame. Campbell is a top scholar of religion in America. He is also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, by the way.

Dr. Peter Berger at the Faith Angle Forum

Six Decades as a Worldwide Religion Watcher: Observations and Lessons Learned

Lecture by Dr. Peter Berger, University Professor of Sociology, Emeritus, Boston University. Berger is one of the most influential and highly-regarded sociologists in the world today. He is a member of the Lutheran church.

Current Controversies in the Religion and Science Debates

Lecture by Dr. Ard Louis, Reader in Theoretical Physics at the University of Oxford. Louis is a physicist who specializes in the relationship between theoretical physics and biology. He is also an orthodox Christian.

Many thanks to Michael Cromartie and the Ethics and Public Policy Center for making these transcripts available.

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