Recommended EPS-ETS Panel Discussion (WEDNESDAY): On Public Ethics

November 09, 2011
Posted by Administrator

From Being Right to Being Good
Recapturing Biblical Ethics & Virtuous Living in an Age of Relativism 

8:30-11:45 am
Parc 55 – Market Street
Room: A4


  • David Naugle, Distinguished Professor and Chair of Philosophy, Dallas Baptist University
  • Robert P. George, Professor of Jurisprudence, Princeton University
  • Michael Miller, Director of Programs, Acton Institute
  • Scott Rae, Professor and Chair of Philosophy of Religion, Talbot School of Theology
  • Charles Colson, Founder of Prison Fellowship, BreakPoint and the Colson Center for Christian Worldview
  • John Stonestreet, BreakPoint and the Colson Center for Christian Worldview


8:30-8:40:      Welcome and Introduction of Panelists (John Stonestreet)

8:40-8:55:      David Naugle, “Reordered Loves, Disordered Loves: Rethinking Vice and Virtue”

8:55-9:15:      Audience and Panel Response

9:15-9:45:      Robert George, “Ethics in an Age of Relativism” (via SKYPE)

9:45-10:00:    Audience and Panel Response

10:00-10:15:  Break

10:15-10:35:  Michael Miller, “Men Without Chests Revisited: Educating for Moral Imagination”   

10:35-10:45:  Audience and Panel Response

10:45-11:00:  David Naugle, “The University of Popular Culture – Faculty, Curriculum, and Grading Scale – The Real University Students Attend”

11:00-11:20:  Scott Rae, “From a Culture of Death to a Culture of Life: Virtue and the Contemporary Challenge of Bioethics”

11:20-11:30:  Audience and Panel Response

11:30-11:45:  Charles Colson, “Doing the Right Thing” (via SKYPE)