Michael Cromartie Honored with Mark O. Hatfield Leadership Award
EPPC’s vice president honored for “uncommon leadership” that reflects the values of Christian higher education.
Faith Angle Forum: December 2016
The Faith Angle Forum holds its semi-annual Conference on Religion, Politics & Public Life from December 11-13, 2016, in Miami Beach, Florida. The series brings together a select group of nationally respected journalists and distinguished scholars for in-depth discussions of cutting-edge issues at the intersection of religion and public life. Under the leadership of Michael Cromartie, Vice President […]
Dr. Jessica Stern and Imam Abdullah Antepli at the March 2016 Faith Angle Forum
A central feature of terrorism is that it involves deliberately targeting noncombatants, which means that it’s a violation of the Judeo-Christian just war tradition, as well as the Islamic just war tradition, by definition.
Dr. James Davison Hunter and David Brooks at the March 2016 Faith Angle Forum
We need the serenity to accept the things that should be in the background. We need the courage to challenge the things that should be in the foreground. And we need the wisdom to know the difference.
Dr. James K.A. Smith at the March 2016 Faith Angle Forum
This heavy concentration of the atmosphere of immanence, this kind of claustrophobia, of living in the immanent frame will intensify a sense of living in a wasteland for subsequent generations, and many young people will begin to explore beyond the boundaries.
What Now? Faithful Living in Challenging Times
The public square in Western society is no longer a place where people of orthodox Christian faith can feel they belong with any degree of comfort.
Faith Angle Forum: March 2016
-Dr. James K.A. Smith on “Re-Imagining Religion in a Secular Age”
-Dr. James Davison Hunter and David Brooks on “Character in Public Life”
-Dr. Jessica Stern and Imam Abdullah Antepli on “Terror in the Name of God: Its Causes, Its Sources”
Dr. Ted Davis at the November 2015 Faith Angle Forum
Dr. Ted Davis gives an overview and summary of the past one hundred years of Christian reflection on faith and scientific disputes.
Dr. Arthur Brooks and John Carr at the November 2015 Faith Angle Forum
More money is not positive policy. It’s simply throwing money to a problem and wanting it to go away because it’s liability management. That’s not the right way to go.
Why the Stewardship of Every Living Thing Matters
A proper understanding of the Biblical meaning of dominion, is closely associated with stewardship of all of creation, including animals. This means they rightfully belong to God and present a unique duty of care to each of us to seek their flourishing.