2006 Veritas Forum

The Veritas Forum at LSU is not only for LSU faculty, staff, and students but also residents of thesurrounding communities.
The 2006 Veritas Forum at LSU is scheduled to be held with the theme of “What Is Truth?” from March 12 to 15. Speakers and their topics are shown below (please click here for abstracts of their presentations and here for schedule). Each presentation will be followed by open Q&A session.
While all programs are free and open to the public as well as the university community, reservation is required for luncheon programs, even if you are not going to eat at the Faculty Club. Please click here for Luncheon Reservation Form and instructions. For location of buildings on campus, please click here. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Sung Joon Jang, Campus Forum Advisor, at veritas@lsu.edu.


  Dr. Os Guinness, an author and speaker
(Please click here for Dr. Guinness’ brief bio)

  • The Journey – A Thinking Person’s Quest for Meaning
  • The One Unanswerable Objection to the Christian Faith – Christians
  • One True God: Monotheism – The Glory or the Scandal of the West?
  • Time for Truth – Living Free in a World of Lies, Hype, and Spin


  Dr. Mary Poplin, Professor of Education, Claremont Graduate University
(Please click here for Dr. Poplin’s brief bio and here for her curriculum vitae)


  Dr. J. Budziszewski, Professor of Government and Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin
(Please click here for Dr. Budziszewski’s brief bio)

  • Toleration and Moral Truth
  • Playing Dumb: The Natural Consequences of Violating the Natural Law
    [Co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science and the Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies]
  • Natural Law, Moral Truth, and Conscience