Can you have productive and positive relationships with people who hold different beliefs and embrace different lifestyles, or does strong religious conviction – and even the conviction that what you believe is absolutely true – necessarily involve bigotry and prejudice?  Is it legitimate in society in general and the university in particular to attempt to persuade someone to change their core beliefs? U Penn Law professor David Skeel and U Chicago Law professor Saul Levmore discuss the topic at The Veritas Forum at University of Chicago, 2013.