NEW EVENT: PETER SINGER AND CHARLES CAMOSY DISCUSS CHRISTIANITY & SECULAR ETHICS

Is ethics possible outside of religion?  Are Christian and secular or atheist ethics compatible?  Incompatible?

Come listen to RU Philosophy Professor Jeff McMahan moderate a discussion between Peter Singer and Charles Camosy on these and related issues at Rutgers University on September 9th at 7:30pm in the Rutgers Student Center Multipurpose Rm 126 College Ave.

HCRU Camosy-Singer Discussion
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  2. Thank you for the invitation to the event with Peter and Charlie! Peter and Charlie discussed suffering. I thought they might focus on sexual ethics as in “Julie and her brother…” I find that 40% of college students leave their religion because they cannot integrate the sexual ethics. This is unfortunate since I was able to integrate both my secular humanist/Jesus follower ethics. Just need to look carefully at the identity theft as per Cynthia Bourgeault and others. Integrally yours!

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