Conferences, Colloquia, and Philosophy Club
The Department of Philosophy offers a number of excellent extracurricular activities that complement its core curriculum. These activities provide students with opportunities not simply to learn about but to begin participating in important debates about compelling issues that shape contemporary culture.
Made possible by the generosity of an anonymous donor, the Sophia Forum promotes Christian philosophy at APU with an annual two-day series of lectures and small-group discussions by a renowned Christian philosopher. This year’s guest speaker is William Lane Craig, Ph.D., research professor of philosophy at the Talbot School of Theology and professor of philosophy of Houston Baptist University. On Thursday, September 13, at 1 p.m., he will give a presentation titled “Is Christ’s Penal Substitution Incoherent?”, and at 3 p.m. Friday, September 14, will present “Is Christ’s Penal Substitution Unjust?” RSVP at bit.ly/SOPHIAFORUM, or email email@example.com for more information.
Past Sophia Forums have featured speakers from Oxford, Yale, Notre Dame, Saint Louis University, Fordham, the University of Oklahoma, and Huntington College. View Upcoming Events
APU’s Department of Philosophy draws groups of scholars to campus for academic conferences at which they present their latest research on new developments within their fields of expertise.
Past conferences hosted include the Society of Christian Philosophers Pacific Regional Conference and the C.S. Lewis Conference. View Upcoming Events
The department also invites individual philosophers to campus to lecture and to meet with students to discuss contemporary research in the field. View Upcoming Events
The Philosophy Club meets every other week to discuss compelling philosophical issues in a diverse, friendly, and accessible environment. Contact Mark Bernier, Ph.D. for more information about the club. View Upcoming Events
View a list of past philosophy colloquia and events.