Food for Thought

Food for Thought

The Food for Thought discussion series encourages undergraduate students to think about and discuss important issues in Philosophy of Religion, all of which are important for life. Undergraduates enjoy an evening featuring an engaging lecture, table discussions led by graduate students, questions and answers with the speaker, and a free catered meal. The events are held at Notre Dame.

Most Recent Discussion:

"Satisfaction Guaranteed?
How Christ Atones for Human Sin"

Adam & Eve

Speaker: Oliver D. Crisp
Professor of Systematic Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary
Frederick J. Crosson Fellow in the Center for Philosophy of Religion at Notre Dame

Wednesday, February 6
6:30pm - 8pm
Coleman-Morse Center, Hammes Student Lounge