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Thinking Out Loud: An Experimental Colloquium on Freedom, Destiny, and Authenticity

Tuesday, April 3rd 2018, 9:00am to 12:00pm
SKSM, 2441 Le Conte Avenue Berkeley, CA 94709

Thinking Out Loud: An Experimental Colloquium on Freedom, Destiny, and Authenticity

April 3, 2018, 9am-12pm
Starr King School for the Ministry
2441 Le Conte Ave, Berkeley, CA
Livestream: https://zoom.us/j/6347991496
Free and open to all

With presentations of academic work by four Starr King faculty:

F. W. Newman in the Ottoman Empire: Journey Towards Freedom of the Multi-Textured, Multi-Layered Authentic Self
By the Rev. Dr. Meg Richardson

The Artistic Self and the Competent Soul: A Dialogue between Radical Democracy and Baptist Theology
By the Rev. Chris Schelin

Freedom as Love of Fate: What Emerson and Nietzsche Teach Us, Today
By Dr. Andrea Vestrucci

Concluding Thoughts on Freedom, Destiny, and Authenticity
By the Rev. Rosemary Bray McNatt