Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Making Men Moral

Earlier I linked to all of Owen Strachan's blog posts liveblogging the "Making Men Moral" conference at Union University, which was related to and in honor of Robert P. George's book, Making Men Moral: Civil Liberties and Public Morality (published 15 years ago).

Here's all of the audio files from the conference:

Paul Kerry, Good Is to Be Done and Promoted: Robert P. George Intellectually Engaged in Making Men Moral

Russell D. Moore, Of Sacraments and Sawdust: Toward the Future of Evangelical-Catholic Public Engagement

James Stoner, Politics and Moral Culture: Aristotle, Rawls and George (Discussant: Jack W. Nowlin)

David Novak, Robert George on Natural Law: Commonalities and Differences (Discussant: Patrick Lee)

Jean Bethke Elshtain, Why Selves Cannot Be Sovereign (Discussant: Seana Sugrue)

Christopher Tollefsen, Disability and Social Justice (Discussant: Justin D. Barnard)

Evening Conversation: Robert P. George, Harry L. Poe, and Friends

Gregory A. Thornbury, Mugged by the Enlightenment: The Prospects for Natural Law & Christian Witness in a "Show-Don’t-Tell" World (Discussant: Francis J. Beckwith)

Robert P. George, Chapel Address

Hadley Arkes, Closing Remarks