Randal speaks at Princeton Theologial Seminary (October 25, 2011)
Randal will be giving a response to Princeton philosopher Gordon Grham’s Rian Lecture at Miller Chapel, Princeton.
Randal speaks at Society of Edmonton Atheists (June 7, 2011)
Randal speaks on the topic “Can Atheists Be Trusted?”. For more information click here.
For a debriefing of the talk click here.
Randal will be speaking at Princeton Theological Seminary on the topic of “Theology as a Bull Session” on March 22, 2011.
Place: Main Lounge, Mackay Campus Center
Date: March 21, 2011
Time: 7:30 PM
Randal to be interviewed on the Drew Marshall Show (March 5, 2011)
Randal interviewed on his new book You’re not as Crazy as I Think on Canada’s #1 spirituality focused radio broadcast.
Randal speaks in Atlanta (November 20, 2010)
Randal will be speaking at the annual EPS (Evangelical Philosophical Society) and SBL (Society of Biblical Literature) meeting in Atlanta on November 20, 2010. His paper title is “‘I want to give the baby to God.’ Three Theses on Divinely Commanded Genocide.” See the info below:
Date: 11/20/2010, 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Location: Hotel Atlanta Hilton – Room TBD
Theme: Is Yahweh a Moral Monster?
- Michael Rea, University of Notre Dame, Presiding
- Paul Copan, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Panelist
- Matthew Flannagan, Bethlehem Tertiary Institute, New Zealand, Panelist
- Randal Rauser, Taylor Seminary, Canada, Panelist
- Richard Hess, Denver Seminary, Panelist
Audience discussion to follow.
Randal speaks in Calgary (October 21-22)
Randal will be in Calgary, AB on October 21 and 22 at the 2010 ACSI Alberta Teachers Convention speaking on the following three topics:
“Do I not hate those who hate you, O Lord?” Helping Students Read the Imprecatory Psalms
The Psalms have been a beloved repository of devotional reflection for generations of Christians. But what do we do with the so-called imprecatory (or cursing) psalms? How can the desire to see infants murdered (Ps. 137:9), or to dip one’s feet in the blood of the wicked (Ps. 58:10) possibly be reconciled to Jesus’ command that we love our enemies? In this session we will consider ways to help students read the imprecatory psalms with special attention to the proposals of C.S. Lewis and John Piper.
“Do not leave alive anything that breathes.” Helping Students Read Israel’s Holy Wars”
“Does Christian Belief have a Place for Doubt?”