But Not Through Me: Risisting Evil and Understanding Suffering in a World of Genocide
Can a Smart Person Believe in God?
The three-time Emmy-Award winning theoretical physicist Michael Guillen explores the question: can a smart person believe in God? This lecture was given in April 2005....
What is the Meaning of Marriage?
Can Poetry Matter?
Former California Poet laureate and Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts Dana Gioia diffuses the widely-held notion that poetry is a sophisticated, intellectual art for the elite. Mr....
Jean Bethke Elshtain
Who Gets The Final Say: God, Government or Me?
The eminent political philosopher Jean Bethke Elshtain examines the origins and meanings of “sovereignty” as it relates to all the ways we attempt to explain our world: God, state, and...
Jean Bethke Elshtain
Who Are We?: C.S. Lewis and the Question of Man
The eminent political philosopher Jean Bethke Elshtain discusses C.S. Lewis’s 1944 essay “The Abolition of Man” and explores the idea of a rock-bottom claim on human dignity. Her brilliant talk...
The Great SITC Debate: Is God the Source of Morality?
Life After Death: The Evidence
The ‘West,’ Islam, and Islamism: Is Ideological Islam Compatible with Liberal Democracy?
Baroness Cox sits in the British House of Lords as a crossbencher and is a frequent contributor to Lords debates on Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Nigeria, and Burma. In this...
Doing The Right Thing: A Six-Part Exploration of Ethics
After serving in prison, Chuck Colson—known as President Nixon’s “hatchet man”—became an evangelical author and criminal justice reform advocate. At this vintage 2010 Socrates in the City event in New...
The Good Life: Seeking Purpose, Meaning, and Truth in Your Life
President Nixon's "hatchet man," who after serving in prison became an evangelical author and prison reform advocate, Chuck Colson explores the benefits of seeking purpose, meaning, and truth in life....
What is the Price of Fame?
Eric Metaxas interviews the legendary Dick Cavett on "What is the Price of Fame?" at Socrates in the City....