At Stetson University I’ll be spending three days doing a series of talks, discussions and debates. I’ll be giving the Stetson Lecture entitled “Philosophy at the intersection of Religion and Secular Humanism” at 7pm in the Allen Hall. I’ll also be working with the philosophy Club and Cross Cultural Center. More information to follow.
I’m good friends with the people at Collective and am looking forward to spending a few days speaking at the Threshold event and their Sunday gathering. The event sessions will be, Session 1: Atheism for Lent: Entering into the Death of God Session 2: The Error Speaks a Truth: Building Healthy Community Session 3: Spectral Read More
Over March and April I’ll be teaming up again with Tripp Fuller to explore the recent return to Paul among many philosophers and theologians. While some of this is taking place within confessional institutions, there has been a renewed interest in reading Paul in a secular way: as a revolutionary figure who offers us a Read More
The Progressive Youth Ministry Conference is committed to presenting a diverse line-up of speakers, fresh ideas for the theory and practice of youth ministry, and space for you to share your voice as well. In this, their second year, they are focusing on three themes, each of which will be represented in each plenary session. Read More
I’ll be speaking on the Friday night and Saturday morning at St. Paul UCC. On the Friday evening at 7pm I’ll be giving a talk entitled “The Three Fingered Gesture: Uncovering the Error that Speaks a Truth.” On the Saturday, from 10-1, there will be an event called “Finding Salvation in the Other: A Talk Read More
Tricksters are transgressive figures that tarry with the gods. They play hazardous games that shake up heaven for the sake of earth. They’re harbingers of disruption, mischievous figures who carry chaos into the heart of any system that oppresses and justifies the status quo. In this festival of incendiary ideas Peter will not only be speaking, Read More
Subverting the Norm is a three-day event that brings together pastors, theologians, philosophers, church practitioners, researchers in religion and all those interested in exploring the relationship between postmodern theologies and church practice. Some of the questions that will be considered at the third Subverting the Norm include: – Is postmodern theology and religious practice insufficiently political, at Read More