In 2014, Stanford students hosted theologian NT Wright and Stanford philosopher Kenneth Taylor to address "The Well-Lived Life: An Atheist Philosopher and a Christian Theologian Discuss".
In 2013, Veritas Forum speaker MIT Physicist Ian Hutchinson, visited Stanford - exploring questions on faith and science at "Complements or Contradictions".
In 2012, students at Stanford looked at how we should respond to poverty. Do we have an obligation to the poor when we're choosing things like our vocation, classes, and groceries? And if we do, how should that obligation change the way we make those decisions? Join Nathan George, Nishan de Mel, and Debbie Hall in a thoughtful discussion in "Making Money, Spending Money: What Do We Owe to the Poor?"
In 2011, Veritas Forum speaker and Oxford mathematician John Lennox visited Stanford in a discussion moderated by Ray F. Cowan, MIT Laboratory for Nuclear Science and Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. Throughout history, countless ideas have thrived only to be later supplanted. What, if anything, is worth believing in? Come hear Dr. Lennox draw from his experiences with atheism and theism in Eastern Europe in "Axioms and Inferences: A Mathematician Thinks About Faith."