Making Men Moral: The Audio for the First Four Sessions Is Up

I’m blown away by how fast the team here has published the audio from the conference’s first four sessions.  If you want to hear any of the first four talks, go here, and listen to your heart’s content.  You’ll thoroughly enjoy each of these sessions.   I won’t keep posting on the audio updates, though I will give a [Read More...]

Making Men Moral: David Novak on Law, Morality, and Universal Moral Arguments

The biography of David Novak, the conference’s fourth speaker: “David Novak holds the J. Richard and Dorothy Shiff Chair of Jewish Studies as Professor of the Study of Religion and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto since 1997. He received his A.B. from the University of Chicago in 1961, his M.H.L. (Master of Hebrew Literature) [Read More...]

Making Men Moral: James Stoner on John Rawls and the “Aristotelian Principle”

The biography of James Stoner, the conference’s third speaker: “Professor James R. Stoner, Jr. has teaching and research interests in political theory, English common law, and American constitutionalism. He is the author of Common-Law Liberty: Rethinking American Constitutionalism (Kansas, 2003) and Common Law and Liberal Theory: Coke, Hobbes, and the Origins of American Constitutionalism (Kansas, [Read More...]

Making Men Moral: Russ Moore on Catholics, Evangelicals, and Mardi Gras

The biography of Russ Moore, the conference’s second speaker: “Russell D. Moore has served as the Senior Vice President for Academic Administration and Dean of the School of Theology at Southern Seminary since January of 2004. Dr. Moore is also a preaching pastor at Highview Baptist Church in Louisville, where he ministers weekly. Dr. Moore [Read More...]

Making Men Moral: Paul Kerry’s Opening Remarks on Robby George and “Making Men Moral”

The biography of the conference’s first speaker: “Paul E. Kerry is an associate professor in the Department of History and member of the European Studies faculty. His training spans several universities including Oxford, Harvard, and Chicago and his publications have engaged with European intellectual history, transatlantic ideas, and historiography. His book on Goethe and Enlightenment [Read More...]

Making Men Moral: The Conference Begins

Greeting from Jackson, TN, home of Union University, host of the “Making Men Moral” conference held from February 25-27, 2009 in honor of political theorist Robert P. George.  I have the privilege of live-blogging this conference.  The following is the schedule of the conference: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 5:30, Reception and dinner, with an address by [Read More...]

The Link, February 13, 2009: The Sad State of “The Office”

1. You should check out Stephen Witmer’s church blog.  Stephen is a bright, godly pastor in Pepperell, MA who has a PhD from Cambridge and training under John Piper.  As a fellow New Englander, I am really excited to see what the Lord does through the ministry of his church in coming days.  He just [Read More...]


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