2005 Veritas Forum

The first Veritas Forum in Louisiana was held at Louisiana State University with the theme of “What Does It Mean To Be Human?” from March 11 to 17, 2005. The 2005 Veritas Forum at LSU offered a variety of programs not only for faculty, staff, and students on campus but also forresidents of thesurrounding communities. It was intended to be a community-wide, non-denominational event for non-Christian truth-seekers as well as thinking Christians.

 

 
The 2005 Veritas Forum speakers and presenters were as follows:

 

  • Peter Kreeft, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, Boston College
  • William Edgar, Dr. Theol., Professor of Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary
  • Ruth Naomi Floyd, gospel-jazz vocalist and composer
  • Matthew Parrish, bassist, conductor, and composer
  • Walter Bradley, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Baylor University
  • Lilian Calles Barger, President of The Damaris Project
  • John F. Kilner, Ph.D., President of The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity

If you would like to read speakers’ biographical sketches and topics, please click here. You can also view a brief description of each topic here.

 

The complete schedule of the 2005 Veritas Forum at LSU is also available in a tabular form here or at The Veritas Forum website.

 

Please click here to find the location of each meeting place (Campbell Auditorium is in the Cox Communications Academic Center for Student Athletes building, located at N. Stadium Rd. and Fieldhouse Dr. and across the Indian Mounds).