Dr. James Kraft and Student Club Members Follow Socrates in Examining Life
Wednesday Sep, 05 2012
Please join Dr. James Kraft, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion, and members of the Philosophy and Religion Society on Thursday September 13th at 5:30 p.m. at the Center for Religious Life (1001 Chicon) as they discuss the relationship between philosophy and religion.
Over two thousand years ago, Socrates said, “the unexamined life is not worth living,” and this is still true today. Philosophers and religious studies enthusiasts have been deeply examining life for thousands of years, and we intend to carry on this tradition. A great way to do this is with discussion and fellowship. Philosophy and religious studies are much more fun when they are done with others. For proof of this, read Plato’s “Symposium.” So, come join us for good pizza and beverages while we examine interesting topics and chart our course this year.
Why did Dan Brown present such a challenge to Christians in his “DiVinci Code”?
Why do many people do good things and bad things in the name of religion?
Read more about Dr. James Kraft.