Upcoming Speaking Engagements, Including Three Recently Added (2 @ Harvard, 1 @ Taylor)

Just in case you, or someone you love and respect, would like to attend, here are the gigs coming up fast:

March 12: “Is It Crazy to Be a Person of Faith?” seminar at Coquitlam Alliance Church, Coquitlam, BC, 9:30 – 2:30. All welcome: fee in advance is less than the fee at the door. (This one has been in the works for a while, actually, but it’s coming up tomorrow so I’ll feature it now also.)

March 22:  “Multiculturalism for Grown-Ups: The Hypocritical Sentimentality of ‘Affirmation’ and the Recovery of Tolerant Welcome,” public lecture, Land Hall, Belfer Building, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 4:00 p.m. All welcome.

March 23: “Christian Humanism: The Christian Grounds for Living an Authentic Human Life,” public lecture, L130, Littauer Building, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 11:30 a.m. All welcome.

April 2: “‘I’ll Take a Screwdriver, Two Blondes, and a Mexican, Please’: How Modern Life Makes Us Sociopaths,” keynote lecture at Taylor University’s honors program conference on “Sold: Being Human in a Consumer Culture,” 3:30 p.m. All welcome.

0 Responses to “Upcoming Speaking Engagements, Including Three Recently Added (2 @ Harvard, 1 @ Taylor)”

  1. Mark

    Great titles! I hope Harvard and Taylor will make recordings available…

  2. Matt Chandler

    Your Taylor lecture title may be the best I’ve heard since Miroslav’s infamous “A Volf in Sheep’s Clothing: An Exploration of Identity, Otherness, and The Masks We Wear”.

  3. Andrei

    Hello John,
    I just read the news this morning with an update on the disaster in Japan. It seems that some of the workers involved in the efforts to stabilize the affected nuclear reactors, have decided to go back in (after being pulled out from the area) and keep working on trying to cool down the reactors. It was my understanding that they are willingly risking their lives in order to try to prevent a total nuclear meltdown. When I read this I immediately remembered your section on altruism from your lecture at Coquitlam Alliance Church last Saturday. Great conference, by the way and thank you for the book. Hope to hear you again soon. I will definitely be checking your blog.

  4. Steve and Theresa Roe

    Do you know if your presentations at the Kennedy School will eventually be on the Carnegie Counsel for Ethics podcast? Or, for that matter, what podcast might pick up on those presentations?


    Steve in Sequim, WA


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