February 5, 2022
Author Archives: The Newman Forum
Your Mind Is Not A Computer, and God is Not Nice: Learning How To Think About God and Why
November 5, 2022 with Ulrich Lehner An online interview for high-school students and teachers. What happens when I think? What makes for good thinking? Can I discover “truth,” and how would I know when I found it? How should I think about God? What is He like and how would my life change if IContinue reading “Your Mind Is Not A Computer, and God is Not Nice: Learning How To Think About God and Why”
Magis Lecture | Pro and Con: Does Faith Ignore Reason?
October 19, 2022 with Stephen Fields, S.J. Every Sunday, Christian worshipers profess the Nicene Creed. The Creed formulates and supports our belief in one God, but there appears to be scant empirical evidence for many of its claims that we acknowledge to be true. We don’t profess the Creed because we’ve been persuaded by overwhelmingContinue reading “Magis Lecture | Pro and Con: Does Faith Ignore Reason?”
Summer Institute 2023
There and Back Again: The Adventures of Pilgrims, Heroes, and Saints Cosponsored by the Archdiocese of Chicago Vocations Office and The University of Saint Mary of the Lake at Mundelein Seminary In-person summer experience for high school students exploring the Christian Life at Mundelein Seminary. July 5th-9th, 2023 Registration is $300. POINTS OF DEPARTURE “Consider yourContinue reading “Summer Institute 2023”
Summer Institute 2022
Applications for the 2021 Summer Institute are now closed. Check back in Spring 2022 for details on the 2022 Summer Institute!
God is Complicated — Science is Complex
April 29, 2021
Medical Ethics, Science Fiction, & What it Means to Be Human
February 20, 2021
Human Rights & Human Wrongs: The Catholic History of Human Rights
November 14, 2021
Summer Institute 2020
July 13-30th, 2020
Is Hell Real? Is it Crowded?
May 14, 2020