The Forum for Christian Thought is an invitation to think Christianly about life.
"The denial of universals carries with it the denial of everything transcending experience. The denial of everything transcending experience means inevitably-though ways are found to hedge on this-the denial of truth. With the denial of objective truth there is no escape from the relativism of 'man the measure of all things'" (Richard Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences, 1948).
"Nothing can be done until we have decided whether we are primarily interested in truth." (Richard Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences, 1948).
"That it does not matter what a man believes is a statement heard on every side today. The statement carries a fearful implication. If a man is a philosopher in the sense with which we started, what he believes tells him what the world is for. How can men who disagree about what the world is for agree about any of the minutiae of daily conduct? The statement really means that it does not matter what a man believes so long as he does not take his beliefs seriously." (Richard Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences, 1948).
Transcripts of Lectures Given by Dr. Bruce Little
My Speaking Itinerary 2019-20
May 4 -11:
Classroom lectures at Craiova University and Pitesti University in Romania
May 17 -25:
Teaching apologetics @ European Leadership Forum in Wisla, Poland
Teaching apologetics @ TCMI @ Haus Edelweiss, Sattelbach # 16, Austria
Teaching @ Cambridge Scholars Network, Cambridge, UK
October 6- 11:
Teaching Logic and Critical Thinking in Cuba
Teaching PhD seminar (Christianity and Culture) at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC.
October 28 – Nov 2:
Classroom Lectures in Lviv, Ukraine
November 11 – 16:
Teaching Apologetics @ Eastern European Leadership Forum in Kiev, Ukraine
Apologetic Mentoring in Barcelona, Spain
Paper on Evil as Understood in Christianity at the International project “Key Concepts in Interreglious Discourses” @ University of Erlangen-Nuremburg and the Catholic University of Eichstatt-Ingolstadt in Nuremburg, Germany
Teaching PhD Seminar (The Problem of Evil) at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC