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Atheist philosopher Peter Singer (professor of bioethics at Princeton University, left) addresses questions about morality and ethics last Saturday as Christian philosopher John Hare (professor of philosophical theology at Yale, right) looks on. Eric Gregory (assistant professor of religion at Princeton, center) moderated the discussion, which was part of MIT’s Veritas Forum. The event, organized by campus Christian organizations with help from Veritas Forum staff, invited prominent speakers to discuss ethics, beauty, and the relationship between science and faith.
Atheist philosopher Peter Singer (professor of bioethics at Princeton University, left) addresses questions about morality and ethics last Saturday as Christian philosopher John Hare (professor of philosophical theology at Yale, right) looks on. Eric Gregory (assistant professor of religion at Princeton, center) moderated the discussion, which was part of MIT’s Veritas Forum. The event, organized by campus Christian organizations with help from Veritas Forum staff, invited prominent speakers to discuss ethics, beauty, and the relationship between science and faith.