Speaking to the Orange County Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society on September 22

For those who are in the Southern California area, on September 22 I will be speaking to the Orange County Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society. My talk is entitled, "How the Federal Courts' Religious Motive Test Violates Religious Liberty." Co-Sponsored with the Orange County Chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, it will be held at 12 noon (11:30 am registration) at the Knobbe Conference Center, 2nd Floor at 2040 Main St., Irvine, 92614. You can read more about the event here.The … [Read more...]

Law, Liberty and Virtue – a Conference at Princeton University – 16-17 May 2011

Next week I will be at Princeton University participating in what promises to be an outstanding conference: Law, Liberty and Virtue (May 16-17, 2011). I will present a paper as part of the panel on Tuesday afternoon (May 17), "Revisiting Hadley Arkes’s First Things on its 25th Anniversary." The other panel members include Hadley P. Arkes (Amherst College), Diana J. Schaub (Loyola University Maryland), Michael Uhlmann (Claremont Graduate University) and Robert P. George (Princeton Unive … [Read more...]

Upcoming conference: Reasonable Faith In an Uncertain World (Turlock, California – April 15-16, 2011)

On April 15 and 16 I will be participating in a conference at Monte Vista Chapel, an Evangelical church in Turlock, California. My talk is entitled, “No God, No Good: Why the Moral Law Requires a Moral Lawgiver." The other participants include my friends William Lane Craig, J. P. Moreland, Greg Koukl, Jay Richards, and Craig Hazen. Here is a list of all the sessions, including the speakers and their talk titles:April 15, 2011:Kick Off with Hazen, Moreland, Beckwith & Koukl (7:00 p … [Read more...]


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