The annual Lyceum includes the presentation of thought-provoking academic papers by selected seminary students and religious scholars about themes with global implications in spirituality, theology, pastoral studies, and more.
This year's theme, Religion and Social Issues: The Role of the Church in Today’s Society, focuses on theological ethics and social problems or related themes from various communities of faith, including non-Western traditions.
The keynote address, scheduled for April 3, will be given by Andrew Harvey, founder and director of the Institute for Sacred Activism. The author of more than two dozen books, Harvey was awarded the Humanities Team Award for his 2010 body of work, an award previously received by Desmond Tutu. For more about Andrew Harvey and Sacred Activism, visit andrewharvey.net.
Keynote Speaker: Andrew Harvey
Founder and Director of the Institute for Sacred Activism
Full registration ($299) includes admission to all presentations and all meals. Single keynote tickets, $20 in advance. To register, call 866-348-6489.