Massachusetts Institute of Technology 525,600 Minutes: Time, Eternity and Finding Value in Our (Very Short) Lives March 5, 2019 at 7:00pm / 10-250 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 525,600 Minutes: Time, Eternity and Finding Value in Our (Very Short) Lives Meghan Sullivan and Alan Lightman March 5, 2019 at 7:00pm 10-250 (Building 10, Room 250), 222 Memorial Dr, Cambridge, MA RSVP on Facebook Sponsors Graduate Christian Fellowship Asian Baptist Student Koinonia Tech Catholic Community Secular Society of MIT Reformed University Fellowship Baptist Student Fellowship MIT InterVarsity MIT Cru Presenters Meghan Sullivan Professor of Philosophy and the Rev. John A. O’Brien Collegiate ChairNotre Dame University Alan Lightman Professor of the Practice of the HumanitiesMassachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology Subscribe to receive our latest content via email What makes us human? A Biologist and Philosopher Discuss Does science point to atheism? What Drives You? Purpose, success, and the jungle gym of life Will Technology Save the World? This Elegant Universe The Language of God: A Believer Looks at the Human Genome Telling the Truth in the Business World Life, the Universe, and MIT What is Freedom? Minding our Morals Moral Mammals: why do we matter? Matter, Antimatter, Does It Matter? Sharper, Flatter - Does it Matter? How Could a Good God Allow Suffering? Living Machines: Can Robots Become Human? Science and Faith: Belligerents or Brothers?