Join us again for an Advice to Young Christian Academics Luncheon on March 4 at 12:00 pm
Sponsors: Campus Renewal Ministries • The Cross - Greek Christian Ministry • Cedar Springs College Ministry • Cru • Reformed University Fellowship • Tyson House Episcopal & Lutheran Ministries • Baptist Collegiate Ministries • Adventist Christian Fellowship • Christian Student Center • InterVarsity Collegiate Black Christians • Asian American InterVarsity • InterVarsity Multiethnic Fellowship • InterVarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship • InterVarsity Faculty Christian Fellowship • Reformed University Fellowship International • Presbyterian Student Center • Wesley Foundation • UT Department of Philosophy
In November 2015, The Veritas Forum invited Dr. Marina McCoy and Dr. J. Clerk Shaw to discuss "Vulnerability and Virtue: comfort, misfortune, and the good death."
In March of 2015, The Veritas Forum as the University of Tennessee hosted a conversation between Wheaton’s John Walton and Erin Darby on “Reading the Old Testament: the origins and authority of Scripture.” The workshop was proceeded the day before by a luncheon in which Dr. Walton offered “Advice to Young Christian Academics.”
In spring of 2014, the University of Tennessee explored questions related to science and faith at their Veritas Forum. They invited Jeffrey Schloss and Andrew Kramer to discuss "The Believing Neanderthal: A Conversation on Evolution, Faith and Human uniqueness".
In 2013, The Veritas Forum at the University of Tennessee welcomed Marla Frederick, from Harvard University, to discuss church, justice and American life with UTK Professor Mark Hulsether, at "We've Come This Far By Faith".