Biennial Symposium on Reformed Christianity and Social Ethics
Please join us for The Biennial Symposium on Reformed Christianity and Social Ethics. This 2-day conference, organized by The Davidson Forum, is open to the public.
Highlights include a lecture by Craig Family Distinguished Professor in Reformed Theology and Justice Doug Ottati on “Reformed Tradition: Liberal Arts Education and Elements of a Social Ethic,” a keynote address by Pulitzer Prize winning author Taylor Branch, an address on “When and Where We Enter: Womanist God Talk for a Time Such as This,” by the Rev. Dr. Angela D. Sims, president of Colgate Crozer Divinity School, and an alum panel on “Liberal Arts Education and Social Responsibilities.”
Event registration is required and can be found here, along with the full schedule.
Date / Time
On-Campus OTHER Various Campus Locations