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My return to Biola University: October 30, 2008

It has been several years since I have given a talk at Biola University in La Mirada, California. It is an institution that has a number of my friends on the faculty including Craig Hazen, John Mark Reynolds, J. P. Moreland, and Scott B. Rae. So I am very much looking forward to this Thursday, when I return to Biola as a speaker in its Distinguished Speaker Lecture Series for Christianity and Culture.

Scheduled for October 30 at 6 pm in Biola's Calvary Chapel, I will be delivering a lecture on the topic of abortion and American politics. After the lecture I'll be meeting for an informal Q & A at the Philosophy House of Talbot School of Theology (Biola's seminary) with some students in the school's M.A. program in philosophy of religion and ethics.

If you are in southern California, feel free to attend. The lecture is open to the public.

(cross-posted)

Comments (3)

Frank I hope it goes well and that your talk is well received. I would love to make it but California is a whole hemisphere away!

Hopefully one day you might make it to New Zealand.

Biola! And I just saw it featured in 'Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed'. Great movie.

There are signficant issues separating religious conservatives from nonreligious conservatives and libertarians. Until and unless those are dealt with in a rational way (ie, everyone agrees there is no requirement to support one another on those issues) we will be picked off one by one by the collectivists. Abortion is one obvious such issue.

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