On 2018 APR 06 and 07, Mountain Top Lectures & the University of North Georgia will host a lecture series by Dr. Justin L Barrett, chief project developer for the Office for Science, Theology, and Religion Initiatives (STAR). An experimental psychologist, Dr. Barrett taught for five years in Oxford University’s School of Anthropology, and is best known for his research on religion.
The first lecture is on Friday evening, beginning at 5:30 PM. Lectures two and three are on Saturday morning from 8 AM until 1 PM:
- Lecture 1: Naturally Explaining the Supernatural: What is Cognitive Science of Religion?
- Lecture 2: Do Explanations of Religion Explain It Away? Philosophical Implications of Cognitive Science of Religion
- Lecture 3: How Cognitive Science of Religion Presents New Resources for Christian Theology
Pricing for non-members is $60 advance / $70 at door. For more information, please visit the Mountain Top Lectures webpage (click here).