The Cornerstone University Society for Philosophy is proud to present the topic of our second annual Spring Conference for 2013: The Marginalized. Though the issue is quite broad, two questions arise that shape our conversation: “Who are the marginalized?” and “What are we to do?” To reiterate, who are the people being pushed outside the … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who came out to support our inaugural conference! We ended up with twenty-one speakers, over 60 registered attendees (and plenty of non-registered attendees), and excellent feedback. It was great to see old friends and make new ones. Thanks also to Louis from Baker Book House and Eric from the Theological Book … Continue reading
Due to a scheduling conflict with the cafeteria, we will be swapping Workshop II (11:45) with Lunch (1:00). So, lunch will now be at 11:45, and Workshop II will be at 1:00. This is the only change. Thank you!
Saturday, April 21* 8:00 AM: Registration/Book Table Open** 8:45 AM: Opening Remarks/Prayer 9:00 AM: Plenary Session III Speaker: J. Matthew Bonzo Title: “After Christ and Culture” Chair: Dean Dettloff 10:30 AM: Workshop I 11:45 AM: Workshop II 1:00 PM: Lunch 2:00 PM: Plenary Session IV Speaker: David L. Stubbs Title: “Changing the Paradigm of Church … Continue reading
Friday, April 20* 3:00 PM: Registration/Book Table Open 3:45 PM: Opening Remarks/Prayer 4:00 PM: Plenary Session I Speaker: Prof. James K.A. Smith Title: “Philosophy in the Service of Discipleship” Chair: Jazz Salo 5:30 PM: Dinner 6:30 PM: Plenary Session II Interview with Brian J. Walsh by J. Matthew Bonzo 8:00 PM: Closing Remarks *Baker Book … Continue reading
Seth Horton, a Cornerstone alumnus, will be delivering his paper “Ethical Hermeneutics” on Saturday at 3:30 in Faber 114. As with Lindsey, Seth has written a blog post elaborating on his paper. After commenting on his surprise regarding the points of agreement between his position and Dr. Smith’s, he writes: “Clearly there are only three … Continue reading
Registration is not required to attend the conference. It is required if you want to eat at the conference, but you may attend any session with no obligation. Registration will close tonight (April 20) at midnight. Again, this is not a requirement to attend. Only to eat and so that we can get a good … Continue reading