You Are Not Your Own Lecture
November 10, 2021
Alan Noble, the Editor-in-Chief of Christ and Pop Culture and an adjunct professor at Oklahoma Baptist University. He visited our campus to talk about what it means to belong to Christ, rather than ourselves.
Arkansas Student Leadership Forum
October 29-31, 2021
Ten JBU students–the maximum amount of students allowed from any one institution–were selected to participate in the Arkansas Student Leadership Forum this fall. Students had the opportunity to meet with Arkansas’ governor, Asa Hutchinson, and they heard from a number of conservative speakers throughout the event.
Democracy in America Colloquium
March 27, 2021
The Center for Faith and Flourishing coordinated with the Institute for Humane Studies to present the “Democracy in America” colloquium discussing the major work of Alexis de Tocqueville. Fifteen students attended the event and contributed to the conversation surrounding public trust, institutions, collective action, media, and many other sections from the work.
Finding Our Niche
March 18, 2021
Justin Giboney, founder of the AND Campaign, and Andrew Walker, theologian and political commentator, visited with students and others on campus to discuss how Christians should engage with politics. How should we, as believers, prioritize and be active in the public square?
Center for Faith and Flourishing and Neighborly Faith Host a Christian Muslim Dialogue
November 10, 2020
Shadi Hamid and Matthew Kaemingk visited John Brown University’s campus via Zoom to talk with students about how Christians and Muslims can work together to accomplish mutual goals. Socially-distanced students had the opportunity to watch the event in JBU’s Berry Performing Arts Center.
Kaitlyn Schiess Joins Us for Reimagining Faith and Public Life
October 29, 2020
Center for Faith and Flourishing welcomed Kaitlyn Schiess, author of The Liturgy of Politics, to campus for John Brown University’s annual Reimagining Faith and Public Life event.
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