Critical Theory of Religion

Public Lectures given by Professor Rudolf Siebert

Professor Siebert has given over 400+ public lectures, on various topics over, the last 40 years.

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  1. "The Christian Commitment and the Social Problem of War" for the Archdiocesan Commission for the Promotion of Christian Unity sponsored by His Eminence, Lawerence Cardinal Shehan, Archbishop of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD (January 25, 1966).
  2. "The Christian Faces War" & "Why God Died in the West?" at St. Thomas More Catholic Student Center (February 21, 1966 - September 27,1966).
  3. "Prejudice and Discrimination in Capitalistic Societies and the Judeo-Christian Concept of Man" for the Jewish-Catholic Dialogue sponsored by B'nai B'rith, Aquinas College and Nazareth College, Kalamazoo (March 13, 1966).
  4. "The People of God and the Social Problem of War". Series of Lectures on Vatican Council II at St. Augustine's Parish,Kalamazoo (March 20, 1966).
  5. "The Christian Notion of Marriage and Family in its Realization in a Capitalistic Society" (July 16, 1966), "The Christian Notion of Economic Life and its Realization in a Capitalistic Society" (July 23, 1966), "The Christian Notion of the Political Community and its Realization in a Capitalist Society" Lectures Series on the Pastoral Constitution of the Church in the Modern World, Nazareth College, Kalamazoo (July 9, 1966.)
  6. "Social Evolution and the Problem of Anti-Semitism". Congregation Ahavas Israel, Grand Rapids (February 24, 1967.
  7. Congregation of Moses, Kalamazoo, discussion and panel on anti-semitism, (Winter 1966).
  8. "The Responsibility of the Churches for Social Change." Annual School of Life and Leadership, sponsored by the Kalamazoo County Council of Churches, Kalamazoo, a six-week course (January 23 - February 27, 1967).
  9. "Social Change and the Christian Churches". Participant and Speaker at the Ecumenical Conference sponsored by the Medieval Institute of Western Michigan University (June 2, 1967) on the topic: " Religion in Contemporary America.
  10. "The Natural Law and the Historicity of Man According to Thomas of Aquinas," Conference of Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University (March 14, 1968).
  11. "Initiation and Social Change," Religion Department, Western Michigan University (1968).
  12. "The Reformation: A Catholic Appraisal," part of Martin Luther Lecture Series, Kalamazoo College (March 13, 1968).
  13. "Katholizismus - Faktor sozialen Wandels oder Widerstandes in Deutschland?" ("Catholicism-Factor of Change or Resistance to Change in Nazi Germany?") before the Deutscher Kreis (German Circle), Kalamazoo College (April 17, 1968).
  14. "Christian Social Ethics and the Problem of Social Change," presented at the American Academy of Religion (AAR) Meeting, Dallas,Texas (1968).
  15. "The University and Social Change," presented to General Studies Faculty, Western Michigan University (September 3, 1968, 1969).
  16. "Social Change and Religious Education," "Aquinas Institute of Relgious Studies at Aquinas College (June 25, 1969).
  17. "Religious Revolution," presented at Symposium on "Revolution: Wreckage or Response?" Mt. St. Agnes College, Baltimore (July 14, 1969).
  18. "The University and the New Left," Sleepy Hollow Conference for College of General Studies, South Haven (September 21, 1969).
  19. "Catholicism in 2001: A Methodology of Historical Intiative," American Academy of Religion (AAR), Boston (October 23, 1969).
  20. "The Principle of Hope and the Theology of Revolution: Bloch, Moltmann, Rahner," AAR, Chicago (February 21, 1970).
  21. "Human Ecology and the Problem of Social Change," Saginaw Valley College, Midland (April 3, 1970).
  22. "On the written works of Dr.Jürgen Moltmann", The Homer J. Armstrong Lecture Series, Kalamazoo College (October 9, 1970). Introductory lecture. Also respondent to Dr. Moltmann, the guest speaker.
  23. "A Social Ethics of Social Change: The Dialectics of Socio-EthicalTheory and Political Practice." AAR, New York (October 22, 1970).
  24. "The Frankfurt School," AAR, New York (October 23, 1970).
  25. "Hegel and the Rebellion and Counter-Rebellion of Youth," Symposium on G.W.F. Hegel, Western Michigan University (March 17, 1971).
  26. "The Family in Neo-Marxist Christian Perspective," AAR, Atlanta(October 29, 1971).
  27. "The Ethics of Peace and the Psychology of Aggression," AAR (October 30, 1971).
  28. "On the work of Dr. Robert McAfee Brown," The Homer J. Armstrong Lecture Series, Kalamazoo College (November 9, 1971), Introductory lecture. Also respondent to guest speaker, Dr. Robert McAfee Brown, in workshops section.
  29. "Political Theology and the Crisis of the Church," (August 11, 1972) Adult Education Group, Catholic Diocese of Kalamazoo, Hackett High School.
  30. "Christian Responsibility in Politics," Battle Creek, First Methodist Church (September 26, 1972).
  31. "Political Theology." Conference of Campus and City Ministers, Western Michigan University Student Center (October 1972).
  32. "Religion and Society," (November 9, 1972). - "Religion and Social Change" (November 14, 1972). Loy Norrix High School.
  33. "Ecumenical Celebration of Thanksgiving" - Sermon on Thanksgiving, Coldwater, Michigan (November 1972).
  34. "Politics and Society: McGovern and Special Interests." Lecture at Kalamazoo Valley Community College (November 1972). Also, two lectures for the Introduction to Philosophy Class, KVCC.
  35. "The Aesthetical Dimension in Political Theology: Utopia, Fantasy, Prophesy and Hope in Christianity and Marxism," Midwest Regional Conference of the AAR, Chicago (February 16, 1973).
  36. "Critical Theory of Societal Process."- "Political Theology," - "Social Ethics of Change". Papers given at Conference of Methodist Ministry and other Ministers of Southwestern Michigan, Western Michigan University (March 1973.
  37. "Political Theology." Two classes taught at United Methodist Church, Portage (April 1973).
  38. "Political Theolopgy." Spectrum 1973 - Nazareth College. Four day Theology - workshop.
  39. "Positive Religion in the Perspective of the Critical Sociology," Western Michigan University - Heraclitean Society (September 26, 1973).
  40. "Political Theology -A Theology of Industrial Society," Lutheran Synod, Kalamazoo (October 14, 1973).
  41. "Possibility or Impossibility of Social Change: Christian and Secular Perspectives," Lutheran Campus Ministry at Kanley Chapel (October 24, 1973).
  42. "Civil Religion." Also Chairman of Social Science Section. AAR, Chicago (November 10, 1973).
  43. "Possibility or Impossibility of Change," Night Ministry of Kalamazoo (November 15, 1973).
  44. "The New Theology of the World," Three lectures at all-day conference (retreat), Methodist Ministers, Nazareth College (January 16, 1974).
  45. "On Social Change," Campus Ministry, Western Michigan University (February 5, 1974).
  46. "The New Theology of the World as Historical Event," Michigan Catholic Campus Ministry Association, St. John's Seminary, Plymouth. Keynote speaker (February 19, 1974).
  47. "New Frontiers in Theology: The Theology of Liberation," District Meeting for Methodist Ministers, Dewitt, MI (February 26, 1974).
  48. "From Aquinas to Hegel: The Principle of Subjectivity," Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, Michigan State University (March 22, 1974).
  49. "Evangelization in the Light of the Theology of the World as History." Lecture at Priest's Senate of the Catholic Diocese of Lansing (April 2, 1974).
  50. "Hegels Program of Reconciliation: Religious and Secular Consciousness," Heraclitean Society, Western Michigan University (Spring, 1974).
  51. "The Christan Orientation in the Secularity of the Contemporary World as History," "A Christological-Eschatological View of the Church and the World," & "The Church and the World in the Light of a Critical Theology of the World as Historical Event"
    at the Pastor's Conference, Michigan Synod of the Lutheran Church of America, Conference Center, Fairview, MI (September 10-12, 1974).
  52. "Critical Theory and Psychology," Honors College, Western Michigan University, (September 18, 1974).
  53. "How to be a Christian in the World," Paw Paw, MI (October 3, 1974).
  54. "How to be a Christian in the World of Work," Kalamazoo District Senior High Youth Rally, sponsered by the Kalamazoo Youth Council of the United Methodist Church, Paw Paw, MI (October 5, 1974).
  55. "The Frankfurt School's Critical Theory of Religion," AAR, Washington D.C. (October 1974).
  56. "The work of Dr. Rosemarie Ruether," The Homer J. Armstrong Lecture Series, Kalamazoo College (October 8,1974). Introductory lecturer. Also respondent to guest speaker Dr. Reuther.
  57. "The Advent of God in Personal and Social Change," Three Rivers Ministerial Association, Advent Luncheon (December 4, 1974).
  58. "Religion in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia," St. Thomas More Catholic Student Parish, Western Michigan University (April 16, 1975).
  59. "Analytical Philosophy, Phenomenology, Critical Theory." IUC course "Philosophy of Science" in Dubrovnik, Yugioslavia, in March 1975.- "Philosophical Dialogue in Dubrovnik: Analytic Philosophy, Phenomenology, Critical Theory," Heraclitan Society, Western Michigan University, (April 18, 1975).
  60. "The Rise of Socio-Critical Theology: Jesus the Liberator," First Friday Club of Kalamazoo, Knights of Columbus Hall (October 3, 1975).
  61. "Phenomenological and Marxist Concepts of Religion," - "Marxist Concepts of Religion: Their Socio-Ethical Implications". Papers given in IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia. International course on "Phenomenologie und Marxismus" in March 1975.-"Phenomenological and Marxist Concepts of Religion," (November 2, 1975).- "Marxist Concepts of Religion: Their Socio-Ethical Implications". AAR, Chicago (October 31, 1975).
  62. "A Recall of Conscience," Veteran's Day Ceremony, Kanley Chapel, Western Michigan University (November 11, 1975), entitled: "The University and the War in Vietnam: Then and Today".
  63. "Freedom and Authority," St. Thomas More Forum (November 30, 1975) .
  64. "Contemporary Moral Issues," Sic weeks of public lecture-course conducted at St. Thomas More Catholic Student Center. Western Michigan University. (January-February, 1976).
  65. "Morality and Ethics." Adult discussion group, Portage Congretional Church (March 7, 1976).
  66. "Fromm's Critical Theory of Religion: From Marxism and Psycho-Analysis to Negative Theology, and Adorno's Critical Theory of Religion," AAR, St. Louis, MO (October 28-31, 1976).
  67. "Hegel's Concept of Marriage and Family: the Dialectics of Love," Hegel Society of America, Villanova University, Villanova, PA (November 11, 1976).
  68. "The Critical Theory of Religion," Faculty Seminar, King's College, Western Ontario University (November 26, 1977).
  69. "What is Futurology?" University Woman's Association, Paw Paw, Mich. (December 13, 1977).
  70. "The New Theology of Communicative Praxis," Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, Ann Arbor (March 1978).
  71. "Habermas's Critical Theory of Religion." "Parson's Functional Theory of Religion," (April 1978). Inter-University Centre for Post-Graduate Studies, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia; 72. "Religion in Socialistic Countries," St. Thomas More Catholic Student Parish, (June 1978).
  72. "The Religious and the Secular: End of Detente?" King's College, Western Ontario University (September 1978).
  73. "From Parsons to Luhmann: The Limits of Functionalism," King's College, Western Ontario University (October 17, 1978).
  74. "The Critical Theory from Horkheimer to Habermas: Longing for the totally Other," King's College, Western Ontario University (November 8, 1978).
  75. "The Future of Religion." Faculty Seminar, King's College, Western Ontario University (November 13, 1978)
  76. "Religious Truth and Social Theory," AAR, St. Louis (November 21, 1978)
  77. "Hegel's Philosophy." Seminar. Western Ontario University (December 13, 1978)
  78. "Fromm's Critical Theory of Religion," Western Ontario University (January 31, 1978).
  79. "The Church in Crisis: Possible Solutions," St. David Junior High School, Waterloo, Canada (February 5, 1979).
  80. "Social Work and Social Change." Lectures to Social Work Department atKing's College (February 13, 27, 1979).
  81. "Person, Society and Religion in Conflict: The Identity Problem in Habermas's Theory of Communicative Action." Western Ontario University, London, Ontario. (February 28, 1979).
  82. "Man and God: The Direction of Muslim, Jewish, Christian Dialogue," Western Ontario University, London, Ontario.(February 28, 1979)
  83. "Hegel and Marx," Religion Department, King's College (February 1979).
  84. "Eschatology, Historical Materialism and Futurology: Alterrnative Futures," Western Ontario University (March 13, 1979).
  85. "Wanton Death," Thanatology Seminar, King's College, Western Ontario University, London, Ontario. (March 14, 1979).
  86. "Karl Marx as Philosopher," Philosophy Seminar, King's College, Western Ontario University, London, Ontario. (March 23, 1979).
  87. "Toward a New Christology," Religion Department, King's College, London, Ontario. (March 29, 1979).
  88. "The Critical Function of a Catholic College." Faculty Seminar, King's College, London, Ontario. (May 17, 1979).
  89. "Social Change toward Social Justice: Challenging the System." Lectures in Continuing Education, Western Ontario University, London, Ontario (June 13, 1979).
  90. "Hegel's Philosophy of Religion." Seminar, Western Ontario University, London, Ontario.(June 13, 1979).
  91. "Religion and Culture." Lecture series, Waterloo University, Waterloo, Ontario. (July-August, 1979).
  92. "Agents of Change in World Historical Perspective." Catholics for Social Change, Toronto, Canada (August 1, 1979).
  93. "Marxist Christian Dialogue." Wworkshop, Maryknoll Mission Institute, New York, (August 2-3, 1979).
  94. "How to Conquer Alienation?" United States Post Office Workers, Kalamazoo (September 1979).
  95. "Human Values and the Future," Honors College, Western Michigan University (September 28, 1979).
  96. "Moltmann's Political Theology," Kalamazoo College (October 1979).
  97. "Benjamin's Historical Materialism." "From Benjamin's Historical Materialism to Metz's Political Theology: the Anti-Christ." AAR, New York (November 4, 1979).
  98. "The Future of Religion." Faculty Seminar, King's College, London, Ontario. (November 15, 1979).
  99. "Critical Reflections on the Pope's visit in the U.S.A.," Western Michigan University (January 1980).
  100. "Hans Küng and the Future of Religion," Religion Department, Western Michigan University (February 27, 1980).
  101. "Future of Religion: Crisis and Response." Lecture at IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, in the international course on the "Future of Religion " (April 1980).
  102. "Political Theology and Alternative Futures: Technocracy, Thermonuclear Holocaust, Divided Society." Maryknoll, New York (June 9 - 11, 1980).
  103. "Political Theology and Futurology." Lecture series at Maryknoll Mission Institute, New York (June 1980).
  104. "On Political Theology." Workshop, Maryknoll Mission Institute. New York (July 1980).
  105. "Future of Marriage and Family," Waterloo University, Waterloo, Ontario. (July 1980).
  106. "Religion and Social Change," Lecture series.Waterloo University, Waterloo, Ontario. (July 1 - August 18,1980).
  107. "Future Studies," Honors College, Western Michigan University (September 1980).
  108. "Future of Religion: Source, Result and Negation of Alienation" International course on "Future of Religion," the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia (April 1981).
  109. "Is There a Cultural Revolution Taking Place in America Today?: A Futurological Appraisal," Lecture to Kalamazoo clergy (May 27, 1981).
  110. "Political Theology and Mystical Experience." Lecture series, Maryknoll Mission Institute, New York (June 1981)
  111. "Socialism and Christianity." Lecture series. Maryknoll Mission Institute, New York (August 1981)
  112. "Future of Religion." Radio talk, Kalamazoo (October 1, 1981)
  113. "Meaning in the World of Work. " United States Post Office Workers, Kalamazoo. (October 20, 1981).
  114. "Church behind the Iron Curtain," Battle Creek Baptist Church (October 1981)
  115. "Introduction to Future Studies," Gifted High School Students Program, KVISD, Kalamazoo County (October 1981)
  116. "Church behind the Iron Curtain," Radio talk. Kalamazoo (November 24, 1981)
  117. "Introduction to Hans Küng's lecture "Science and the Problem of God," T.V show, Western Michigan University, (November 1981)
  118. "Science and the Problem of God,". (Fall, 1981). Explanatory talk in movie on Professor H. Küng's public address on "Science and the Problem of God".
  119. "Religion and Social Justice in the Present American Crisis," St. Thomas More Student Parish , Western Michigan University.(February 1982).
  120. "Liberation Theology in Central America: Theological Praxis," Lutheran Center, Western Michigan University, (March 14, 1982).
  121. "Agents of Change-Creation of the Future," Gifted High School Students, KVISD (March 17, 1982).
  122. "Religion toward the Third Millenium: Alternative Solutions / Theory and Praxis," IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia (April 1982).
  123. "Political Theology and the Critical Christian," Maryknoll Mission Institute, New York, (June 1982).
  124. "Humanistic Future Studies," Radio Talk, Western Michigan University (July 17, 1982).
  125. "Future Studies and the Problems and Trends in Health, Physical Education and Recreation," Western Michigan University (July 22, 1982).
  126. "The Critical Christian and Social Change," Lecture Series, Maryknoll Mission Institute, New York, (August 1982).
  127. "Future Studies and Physical Education," Western Michigan University (August 23, 1982).
  128. "Political Theology and Missionary Movement in Central America: Theory and Action," Public Lectures at Western Michigan University and at Public Library, Kalamazoo (Summer 1982).
  129. "Feminism in Marxist and Christian Perspective," St. Thomas More Student Parish, Western Michigan University, Lecture Series (September/October 1982).
  130. "Social Justice," USA Postal Workers, Kalamazoo, (October 28, 1982).
  131. "War and Peace," Portage Methodist Church, (October 1982).
  132. "Futurology and Education," Teachers at North Ridge High School, Middlebury, Indiana (October 1982)
  133. "Critical Theory and Political Theology," Kalamazoo Ministers in the Christian High School, Kalamazoo, Stadium Drive (October 1982).
  134. "Political Theology in the USA Today," Ministers of the Lutheran Church in Kalamazoo (November 1982).
  135. "Future, Youth and Family," Kalamazoo Youth Services Coalition, YMCA (November 1982).
  136. "Toward a Critical Catholicism," Canterbury Center, Western Michigan University (November 1982).
  137. "Alternative Futures: I. Administered Society; II. Thermonuclear Holocaust and III. Reconciled Society," People's Church in Kalamazoo (November 1982).
  138. "The Problem of War and Peace," Seminar-lectures at Western Michigan University (January-February, 1983).
  139. "Habermas's Theory of Communicative Praxis," Heraclitean Society, Western Michigan University, (February 23, 1983).
  140. "Christianity and Marxism." Followed by debate and and panel discussion. McMasters University, Hamilton, Ontario (February 1983),
  141. "Causes and Consequences of Nuclear War," Western Michigan University (March 24, 1983).
  142. "Habermas's Theory of Communicative Praxis: Religious Dimension." - "The Religious and the Secular," - "Discourse on Discourse." Three presentations in the international course on the "Future of Religion" in Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia (April 1983)
  143. "Dialectical Materialism and Political Theology," American Association for Sociology of Religion, Mercy College in Detroit (April 29, 1983).
  144. "Christian Participation in Political Peace Work." Church of Christ in Newaygo, MI (May 27, 1983).
  145. "The Critical Christian and Social Change," Maryknoll Mission Institute, New York (June 1983).
  146. "The Future and the Family: Withering Away or Reconstruction?" Waterloo University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (July 7-10, 1983).
  147. "From Dialectical Materialism to Political Theology." Association for the Sociology of Religion, Mercy College of Detroit (August 29, 1983).
  148. "Critical Political Theology. Origin, Structure and Function," Three lectures in Colloquium, at St. Aidens Chapel, Western Michigan University (September 7, 14, 21, 1983).
  149. "Alternative Futures." Lecture during workshop on "The Future. What Can We Know? What Can We Do?" at Nazareth College (September 10, 1983).
  150. "Creation of a Future with a Christian Perspective," - "Basic Christian Communities," Lectures at churches of Middlebury. Indiana (September 18, 1983)
  151. "The Bishops' Letter--Catholic Catalyst to the Christian Peace Movement," First Presbyterian Church, Kalamazoo (October 2, 1983).
  152. "From Critical Theory of Subject, Society and History to Political Theology: Emancipation and Redemption", Lecture at Western Michigan University (October 4, 1983).
  153. "Religion and Revolution," 6 lectures for missioners from different churches Kalamazoo (October 4-8, 1983).
  154. "From Critical Theory of Subject, Society and History to Political Theology: Emancipation and Redemption," Kalamazoo College (October 11, 1983).
  155. "Theology, Liberty, War in Central America," Western Michigan University (November 4, 1983).
  156. "The Challenge of Peace," 8 papers at St. Thomas More Parish, Western Michigan University (September 20-November 8, 1983).
  157. "Religion and Revolution in Central America," Western Michigan University (November 9, 1983).
  158. "War and Peace in Contemporary History," Western Michigan University (January 28, 1984).
  159. "The Possibility or Impossibility of a Marxist-Christian Dialogue," MacMasters University, Ontario (March 14, 1984).
  160. "Hegel on the Dialectic of Civil Society: Alternative Futures," International Hegel Society, Rotterdam, Holland (April 16, 1984).
  161. "Discourse on Discourse," - "Dialectic of Civil Society," - "Adorno's Critical Theory of Religion," - "Critical Theory: Enlightenment and Sexuality," - "Habermas's Critical Theory: Theological Dimension," - "Habermas's Reconstruction of Historical Materialism: Religious Dimension." Six papers given during the eighth international course on "The Future of Religion: Communicative Praxis-Communication Community" (April 16-27, 1984):
  162. "Religion and Politics in Central America," Parchment Methodist Church (January, 1985).
  163. "The Bishops' Letter on the American Economy," Lecture at St. John Bosco Parish, Oshtemo, MI (February 1985).
  164. "Christianity and Marxism: Convergencies and Perspectives," Lecture given during the Contemporary Religious Issue Week (February 12, 1985).
  165. "Bishops' Letter on the American Economy: Critical Evaluation," Heraclitean Society (March 1985).
  166. "Hegel on the Dialectic of Civil Society: Alternative Futures," International Hegel Society (April & October, 1985).
  167. "Discourse on Discourse," - "The Religious and the Secular," - "Habermas's Theory of Communicative Praxis: Religious Dimension," - "Habermas's Critical Theory: Theological Dimension" Four papers delivered during the ninth international course on "The Future of Religion: Contemporary Crisis" (April 1985):
  168. "Urbanization as a World Trend: A Challenge to the Churches," Keynote speech, American Missiology Society, Chicago (June 11, 1985): Missiology and World Futures.
  169. "Do Common Values Exist?" Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France (September 27, 1985).
  170. "Liberation Theology: Violence or Non-Violence?," Western Michigan University Student Chapel (February 13, 1986).
  171. "Active participation in international futurological project of Futuribles International, Paris (Spring 1986).
  172. "Catholic Social Ethics and the American Capitalistic Economy," 6 lectures at St. Thomas More Student Parish, Western Michigan University (Fall 1985)
  173. "Political Theology in Judaism, Islam, and Christianity: Right, Left,and Center," 12 lectyres at Bishop Thomas M. Pryer Mid-Winter School of Ministry, Albion College (January 26-29, 1986).
  174. "Bishops' Pastoral: Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy, A Critical Evaluation," Heraclitean Society, Western Michigan University (March 13, 1986).
  175. "Christianity and Islam: Understanding Jesus," Public lecture at Western Michigan University (March 20, 1986).
  176. "The Future of Religion: Implications for Religious Education," Lectures at St. Joseph's Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan (March 21, 1986).
  177. "Theology of the American Pastoral: Committment to the Future," Lecture at Western Michigan University (March 26, 1986).
  178. "The Bishops' Letter on the American Economy," 6 public lectures at St. Thomas More Student Parish (Spring 1986).
  179. "Discourse on Discourse, " - "Toward a Critical Political Theology," - "Contemporary Political-Theological Perspectives," - "Critical Political Theology: Theodicy," - "Critical Political Theology: Religion and Enlightenment," - "Critical Political Theology: Religion, Society and State." Six papers at the International Discourse on the Future of Religion: Political Theology and Historical Materialism, Inter-University Center for Post Graduate Studies, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia (April 1986):
  180. "The Critical Theorists' Attitude and Approaches to Religion," - "The Present Situation of Catholicism in North America." Two lectures to the Philosophy and Sociology Department of the University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Yugoslavia (April 1986)
  181. "Peace, Economic Justice and Sexual Ethics" 6 public lectures at St. Thomas More Student Parish (September-October 1986).
  182. "The Political Theology of John Paul II: Traditional or Progressive?" Western Ontario University, London, Canada (November 9, 1986).
  183. "Social Teachings of the Church," St. Thomas More Parish, Western Michigan University, (January-February, 1987).
  184. "Discourse on Discourse," - "Dialectic of Religious and Secular," - "Toward a Communicative Political Theology," - "Conclusion: Discourse Evaluation." Four papers presented at the Future of Religion Discourse in Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia (April 20-30, 1987):
  185. "John Paul II's Political Theology" Six public lectures on at St, Thomas More Student Parish, Western Michigan University (September-October, 1987).
  186. "Theodicy, Compassion, and Solidarity," Lecture at AAR Meeting (December, 1987).
  187. "Hegel's Dialectical Political Theology: Subject,Society and God - Liberation." Paper presented at a Conference arranged by COELI, held at the Centre Oecumenique de Liaison Internationales, Brussels, Belgium, May 6, 1989.
  188. "Humanistic and Theological Concepts of the Future in the Praxis - Philosophy from Marx to Habermas: The Reconciled Society and the Totally Administered Society." in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 16,1989.
  189. "Hegel's Dialectical Political Philosophy: The Christian and Humanist Principle of Liberation," in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yuoslavia, April 17,1989.
  190. "Intimations of the Infinite in Horkheimer,Adorno and Habermas," in IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 18,1989.
  191. "Toward a Dialectical Theodicy of Liberation and Reconciliation," in IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 18,1989.
  192. "Monotheism and Radical Enlightenment." Paper delivered in international course on "Future of Religion: The Problem of Humanism" at the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia,April 28,1989.
  193. "From Critical Theory to Critical Futurology : Three Alternative Futures," Paper read during the International Conference on Utopia: Imagination and Reality, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel, January 4,1990.
  194. Two lectures on "The American Bishops' Letter on the Economy," Two lectures given at St. Joseph's Parish in Kalamazoo, on March 8 and 15, 1987.
  195. "Habermas's Theory of Communicative Action: Theodicy, Compassion and Solidarity" Paper read in the section on "Habermas and Theology" of the AAR-Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusettes, December 1988.
  196. "Discourse on Discourse," - "Dialectic of Religious and Secular," - "New Movements in Civil Society: Emancipation, Resistance, and Retreat" Three lectures given in the international course on the "Future of Religion: New Movements-Old Institutions," Inter -University Center for Post Graduate Studies, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 1988.
  197. Public Lecture "Religion and Science: The Problem of Values and Meaning" Public Lecture for the LMC Honors Program at Lake Michigan College, Benton Harbor, December 12, 1988.
  198. "Intimation of the Infinite in Horkheimer, Adorno and Habermas" and "Towards a Dialectical Theodicy of Liberation and Reconciliation: Anamnestic Solidarity with the Innocent Victims." Papers given in Religious Studies Section of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters Annual Meeting at Grand Rapids Center of Grand Valley State University, March 17 - 18, 1989.
  199. "Theodicy: Compassionate Solidarity." Paper given in section "Person , Culture, and Religion" at American Academy of Religion Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinios, November 19-22,1988.
  200. "John Paul II's New Enyklical: On Social Concern"( Sollicitudo Rei Socialis), sixteen lectures for public of South Michigan at Thomas More Student Parish, September and October 1988.
  201. "On Hans Küng's Being Christian", six lectures at the First Methodist Church, Kalamazoo,Michigan. October/November 1988.
  202. "Theodicy: Compassionate Solidarity", Paper given at the AAR Meeting in Chicago, Saturday, November 19,1988.
  203. "Liberation Theology in Latin America: Preferential Option for the Poor" Lecture given at St.Mark's Lutheran Church in Battle Creek, Sunday, November 2o, 1988.
  204. "Liberation Theology", Six lectures given at St. Thomas More Student Parish for the public of South Western Michigan, January and February 1989.
  205. "Religion and Science: The Problems of Values and Meaning", Televised lecture at Lake Michigan College, Thursday, December 8, 1988.
  206. "On the Theodicy of Protest: Toward a Dialectical Theodicy of Reconciliation and Liberation", A lecture given at the Second Reform Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, on Sunday, January 29, 1988.
  207. "The Reagan Legacy and the Bush Future", Public lecture at St.Aidan's Student Parish, Western Michigan University, January 28,1989.
  208. "Intimations of the Infinite in Horkheimer, Adorno and Habermas", A paper given in the Religious Studies Section of the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, at Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, on March 17,1989.
  209. "Toward a Dialectical Theodicy of Reconciliation and Liberation: Anamnestic Solidarity with the Innocent Victim," A paper given in the Theodicy Section of the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, at Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, March 17,1989.
  210. "The Critical Theory of Subject, Society and History", Paper given during a Visiting Professorship at Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, March 27,1989.
  211. "Discourse on Discourse", - "The Dialectic of the Religious and the Secular",- "Toward a Communicative Political Theology: Theodicy", Papers given at the 11th. International Course on the "Future of Religion: Culture, Class, Nation", Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 17,18 and 28, 1989.
  212. "Hegel's Dialectical Political Theology: Subject, Society and God - Liberation,"Paper given at an International Conference arranged by COELI .Centre Oecumenique de Liaisons Internationales, Bruxelles, Belgique,May 6,1989.
  213. "Religious Strategies in the Present Crisis of Modernity and Religion" Six public lectures given at St. Thomas More Student Parish, February and March 1989.
  214. "Liberation Theology", Paper read to the " Presbyterian Taskforce on Central America and the Sanctuary Movement for the State of Michigan",March 8,1988.
  215. "Küng's Attempt to Rescue Christianity", Presentation given at the Methodist Church, Plainwell, Michigan, on May 22,1988.
  216. "New Movements in Civil Society: Emancipation, Resistance and Retreat", Lecture given in the 12th International Course on the " Future of Religion : New Movements-Old Institutions," at the IUC Dubrovnik,Yugoslavia, April 18,1988.
  217. "Habermas's Theory of Communicative Action: Theodicy,Compassion and Solidarity", Paper read at the University of Haifa, Haifa,Israel,May 2 1988.
  218. "Peace-Making , a Believer's Calling?", Presentation to the Peace-Making Committee and the Community of the First Presbyterian Church, Kalamazoo, on July 11,1989.
  219. "The Sermon on the Mount in the Perspective of the Critical Theory of Civil Society", Presentation to the Mennonite Community of Waterloo, as guest of the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, August 2o,1989.
  220. "The Foundation of the Church:The Sermon on the Mount." Presentation given to the Grand Rapids Area Association of the West Area of the Michigan Conference of the United Church of Christ, St.John's United Church of Christ, November 12,1989.
  221. "Religious Anti-Crisis Strategies and the 'End of History': Philosophy of Action, Neo-Conservativism, and De-Constructionism" Seven public lectures given at St.Thomas More Student Parish, Kalamazoo, MI., September-October 1989.
  222. "The Christian Community and Its Theological Paradigms: From the Sermon on the Mount and the Apocalyptic Model to the Liberation Theology Paradigm," Seven Public Lectures given at the First Methodist Church, Kalamazoo. MI., November-December, 1989.
  223. "The Restructuring of Eastern Europe from a Political-Theological Perspective,"Paper given at Conrad Grebel College, Waterloo University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, December 10,1989.
  224. "The Opening of the Berlin Wall: What it means and what it does not mean?" Paper given at Kings College, Western Ontario University, London, Ontario, Canda, December 9,1989.
  225. "From Critical Theory to Critical Futurology: Three Alternative Futures," Paper given in the International Conference Utopia: Imagination and Reality, at the University of Haifa, Israel, on January 4, 1990.
  226. "Discourse on Collective Farming" with officials of the Socialist Collective Farming Project for the district of Geisa/ Rhön, in the "Schloss" of Geisa, Thüringia, East-Germany, on January 9,1990.
  227. "Perestroika and Glasnost in Christian Perspective," Six public lectures given for the public of Western Michigan at Thomas More Student Parish, January-February 1990.
  228. "Religion and Socialism in Israel and East Germany: A Travel Report," Presentation for The Religion Student Organization, Religion Department, January 4,1990.
  229. "Religious Anti-Crisis Strategies and the 'End of History': Praxis Philosophy, Neo-Conservativism, De-Constructionism", Paper presented in Session I of the Religious Studies Program Section of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, 94th Annual Meeting, March 9-10,1990.
  230. "Theodicy from Hegel to Horkheimer, Tillich and Habermas: The Longing for the God beyond the Cruel God", Paper presented in Session II of the Religious Studies Program Section of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and letters, 94th Annual Meeting, March 9-10, 1990.
  231. "Critical Futurology: Utopia-Eutopia and Dystopia", Presentation for faculty and gifted students at North Ridge Highschool, Middleburry, Indiana, March 23, 1990.
  232. "Anamnestic Solidarity with the Innocent Victims: The Power of Atonement," Presentation for faculty and gifted students at North Ridge Highschool, Indiana, March 23,1990.
  233. "Theodicy: Liberation, Reconciliation and Redemption. ( Isaiah 43 and 44)," Presentation to the Jewish Congregation, at the People's Church, March 30,1990.
  234. "The Journalist and Political Theologian Walter Dirks: A Fighter for Autonomy and Solidarity," Paper read in the 14th international course on the " Future of Religion : Autonomy and Solidarity", at the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 16,1990
  235. "The Critical Theory: Autonomy,Solidarity and the Problem of Meaning," Paper read in the 14th international course on the " Future of Religion : Autonomy and Solidarity," in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 16,1990.
  236. "From Critical Theory to Critical Futurology: The Dialectic of Autonomy and Solidarity," Paper read in the 14th international course on the "Future of Religion : Autonomy and Solidarity" at the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 17,1990.
  237. "Communicative Action as a Strategy for a Critical Political Theology: Autonomy and Solidarity," Paper read in the 14th international course on the "Future of Religion: Autonomy and Solidarity," at the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 17,1990.
  238. "Conclusion: The Dialectic of the Sacred and the Profane and the Dialectic of Autonomy anmd Solidarity," Paper read in the 14th international course on the " Future of Religion: Autonomy and Solidarity", at the IUC,. Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 27,1990.
  239. "Communicative Action as a Strategy for a Critical Political Theology: Redemption and Happiness," Paper given in the Reasearch Group "God, Secularization,Idolatry," at COELI, Centre Oecumenique de Liaisons Internationales, Bruxelles, Belgium. May 4,1990.
  240. "The Hegel - Reception in Horkheimer's and Adorno's Critical Theory: Determinate Negation - Theodicy", Paper read before the XVIII. Internationaler Hegel-Kongress , in Wroclaw, Poland, from August 27-31, 1990.
  241. "Religion and Family" Presentation given in the Werner Earhart Workshop on the general theme " Productivity and Service" in Houston, Texas, October 14,1990.
  242. "The Church as Factor in the Reunification of Germany and Europe" Siux lectures given in the First Methodist Church of Kalamazoo, January and February 1991.
  243. "Habermas's Theory of Communicative Action: Religion and the Reconstruction of Marxism - Perestroika", Paper read at AAR/SBL Annual Meeting, The New Orleans Marriott, New Orleans, November19,1990,1.00-3.30 pm..
  244. "Habermas's Communicative Ethics", at Western Michigan University Center for Ethics, February 23,1991.
  245. "Political-Theological Elements in Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam: A Comparative Perspective," Paper given in Religious Studies Section at 95th Annual Meeting of Michigan Academy of Science , Arts, and Letters, March 15 - 16, 1991.
  246. "The Theodicy Problem in Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam", Paper given in the Religious Studies Section at 95th. Meeting of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, March 15 - 16, 1991, at Eastern Michigan University.
  247. "Growing up with Fascism: The Holocaust" Presentation in the Honors College Class on the " Holocaust ", Western Michigan University, Tuesday, March 19, 1991, 3.oo pm.
  248. "Beyond the Catching - up Revolution: Socialism as Self - Criticism of the Capitalistic Life Form", Paper read at the Conference of the Gyorgy Lukacs Foundation,Csilleberci Gyermek es Ifjusagi Kozpont, Budapest, XII, Konkoply - Thege Ut 212 , April 10 - 12, 1991.
  249. "GeorgW.Rudolphi's Theologie der Geschichte: Die Bergpredigt, die Versuchungen, und die Heiligen", Anniversary Lecture at Sta- Familia, Ginnheim, Frankfurt a.M, Germany, on Monday, April 8, 1991, at 8.00 pm.
  250. "A Critical Political-Theological Analysis of M. Gorbatschow's 'Perestroika' and Glanost'" Paper guven at the 1991 Working Session of the Research Group "God, Secularization, Idolatry", COELI, Centre Oecumenique de Liaisons Internationales, Bruxelles, Belgique,May 3 - 5, 1991.
  251. "Contemporary Roman Catholicism", Two lectures given at the First United Methodist Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, March 3 and 10, 1991. 253.
  252. "War and Peace in Christian Perspective: The Gulf War", Six lectures given at the First Methodist Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, January - February 1991.
  253. "The Augustinian Seven - Point - Just - War - Theory and its Application to the Gulf War" , Six lectures given at the St. Thomas More Student Parish, Kalamazoo, Michigan, January-February 1991.
  254. "Christian Faith and War: The Gulf Crisis." 2 lectures given at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, March 1991.
  255. "A Prophetic Political Theology between a Populist Nationalism and an Enlightened, Radical Democracy: Where to go ?" Paper given at the 15th international course on the "Future of Religion : Reconstruction of Socialism or Restoration of Nationalism ?" at the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 15 - 27, 1991.
  256. "The Hegel - Reception in Horkheimer's and Adorno's Critical Theory: Determinate Negation - Theodicy," Paper given at the 15th international course on the "Future of Religion: Socialist Reconstruction or Nationalist Restoration" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, April 15 - 27, 1991.
  257. "Reflection and Projection: Paradigm Change", Paper given at the 15th international course on the "Future of Religion : Socialist Reconstruction or Nationalist Restoration " in IUC, Dubrovnik, April 15 - 27, 1991.
  258. "Die Frankfurter Schule und die Zukunft der Religion und der Theologie", Lecture given to the Department of Protestant Theology at the University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany, June 8, 1991.
  259. "The Authoritarian and the Democratic Personality." Lecture given to the Department of Psychiatry at the University Hospital, University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany, June 6, 1991.
  260. "Religion in America: Die Dialektik von Glaube und Säkularität," Lecture given to the Clergy of Rostock, Germany, on June 9, 1991.
  261. "America: Education in Context," Lecture given to the Faculty of the Institute of Applied Linguistics, May 28, 1991.
  262. "America and the three alternative Futures," Lecture given to the Faculty of the Institute for Applied Linguistics, June 6, 1991.
  263. "Wholeness - The Rational Attempt to Balance the Demands of a Career with the Needs of the Spirit," Paper given at the United States Postal Service Career Awareness Conference, Grand Rapids Division, Holy Day Inn, Crowne Plaza, September 8, 1991.
  264. "Catching Up on Eastern Europe: Revolution or Counterrevolution?" Lecture given at Western Ontario University, London, Ontario, Canada, October 24, 1991, 8.00 pm.
  265. "The Critical Theory and the Future of the Study of Religion ." Lecture given at the Centre for Religious Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 25, 1991, 2.00 - 4.00 pm.
  266. "Religious and Secular Communism: The Eastern European Transformation ?" Lecture given before the Mennonite Community at Waterloo University, Waterloo, Canada, October 26,1991, 10.00 am.
  267. "Solidarity versus Money and Power," Six public lectures given at Thomas More Student Parish, Kalamazoo, Michigan, September 23, 1991 - November 10,1991.
  268. "Marriage and Family in Christian Perspective: End of Sexual Pessimism ?" Six public lectures given at St.Thomas More Student Parish, Kalamazoo, Michigan, in January and February 1992.
  269. "Jesus' Communicative Action: Discourses and Quasi - Discourses - Parables." Three public lectures given at the First Methodist Church of Kalamazoo, 1992.
  270. "The Linguistic Paradigm Changes in the Critical Theory." Paper presented in the Kercher Colloquium, Sociology Department, Western Michigan University, on February 19, 1992.
  271. "From Habermas's Discourse Ethics to Benjamin's Political Theology: Anamnestic Solidarity," Paper read in the Religious Section. Session I, Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, 96th Annual Meeting, Central Michigan University, March 6 - 7, 1992.
  272. "The Theodicy Question according to J.B. Metz and J. Moltmann: God on Trial? - The Pain of God ? " Paper read in the Religious Studies Section, Session II, Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, 96th Annual Meeting, Central Michigan University, March 6 - 7, 1992.
  273. "Discourse Ethics as Responsibility Ethics: Utopia or Regression?" Paper delivered to the 5th Working Session of the Research Group "God, Secularization, Idolatry," at Coeli, Centre Oecumenique de Liaisons Internationales, Bruxelles, Belgique, on May 1, 1992.
  274. "Communicative Ethics as Ethics of Personal and National Responsibility: Anamnestic Solidarity," Paper delivered to the 16th International Course on the "Future of Religion" in the Inter-University Centre for Post-Graduate Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 20 - 29, 1992.
  275. "Theodicy as Boundary Problem of a Communicative Ethics as Personal, National and Global Responsibility Ethics: God on Trial ?" Paper delivered to the 16th International Course on the "Future of Religion" in the Inter-University Centre for Post-Graduate Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 20 - 29, 1992.
  276. "The Problem of Power, Force and Violence in the Perspective of the Critical Theory, Communicative Ethics, and Political Theology", Paper delivered to the 16th International Course on the "Future of Religion," in the Inter-University Centre for Post-Graduate Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 20 - 29, 1992.
  277. "The Critique of Force in Right and State: From Hegel through Benjamin and Marcuse to Habermas," Presented to the XIX. International Hegel-Kongress in Nürnberg, Germany, May 2, 1992.
  278. "Faith and Resistance in Yugoslavia: Peace in Eastern Europe >?" . Six public lectures given in St. Thomas More Sudent Parish, September - October 1992.
  279. "War and Peace in Eastern Europe," Three public lectures given at the First Methodist Church in Kalamazoo, October 25,1992 and November 1, 1992.
  280. "Religion and Revolution in Eastern Europe," A public lecture given at Westwood Methodist Church, November 1992.
  281. "Ex-Yugoslavia: Religion, Socialism and Nationalism," Two public lectures given at the First United Methodist Church, Kalamazoo, October 3, / 10, 1993.
  282. "The Christian Attitude toward Racism, Nationalism and Fascism in East and West," Six public lectures given at St.Thomas Moore Student Parish, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, September / October 1993.
  283. "The Seculartizing Supersession of the Eschatological Reservation in Horkheimer's Critical Theory of Liberal Democratic Society: toward the Totally Other - the radically New" Paper given in the 17th international course on the " Future of Religion: The End of History" in the IUC - Dubrovnik, Croatia, on April 23, 1993.
  284. "The Problematization of the Judeo-Christian Conception of the Creator and Redeemer God,the Theodicy,and the Process of Salvation in Habermas's Critical Theory of the Liberal Democratic Society: Where is the Power of Reconciliation?" Paper given in the 17th international course on the "Future of Religion: The End of History," in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, on April 24, 1993.
  285. "Kant and Hegel on War and Peace." Paper presented in the 17th international course on the" Future of Religion: The End of History," in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia on April 27, 1993
  286. "Ex-Yugoslavia in Western Perspective," Lecture given before the Croatian Sociology Society, at Zagreb University, Zagreb, Croatia, August 23, 1993.
  287. "Religion und Politik in Ost-Europa: Dubrovnik und Rostock," Lecture given before the Christlich-Demokratische Union ( CDU Party) in Frankfurt a.M., Germany, May 26, 1993.
  288. "Hegel's Theodicy: The Negative in World-History, and its Negation," Lecture given at the XX. Congress of the International Hegel Society in Debrecen and Budapest, Hungary, August 24 - 27,1994.
  289. "Religion and Revolution in Eastern Europe," Lecture given to the Faculty of St.Thomas Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, on November 8/19, 1992.
  290. "The Secularizing Supersession of the Eschatological Reservation in Horkheimer's Critical Theory of Liberal Democratic Society: Toward the totally Other - the Radically New," in Part A of the Religious Studies Section of the 97th Annual Meeting of the Michigan Academy of Science, Art,& Letters, at Western Michigan University, March 5 - 6, 1993.
  291. "The Problematization of the Judeo-Christian Conception of Creator and Redeemer God, the Theodicy, and the Process of Salvation in Habermas's Critical Theory of Liberal Democratic Society: Where is the Power of Atonement?" Lecture given in Part B of the Religious Studies Section of the 97th Annual Meeting of the Michigan Academy of Science, Art,& Letters, at Western Michigan University, March 5 - 6, 1993.
  292. "Nationalism and the Three New World Orders in Political-Theological Perspective," Lecture given in the program " Forums 1992 - 1993," at the Conrad Grebel College, on November 27, 1992.
  293. "From the Greening of America through the Closing of the American Mind to The End of History and the Last Man: Capitalism and Nationalism in the New World Order." Lecrture given at the Center for Social Concern, Kings College, Western Ontario University, London, Ontario, Canada, on December 3, 1992
  294. "Implications of the Desintegration of Yugoslavia for Contemporary Religion and Theology," Lecture given to professors and students of the Conrad Grebel College, Waterloo University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, on December 4, 1992.
  295. "Repentance and the Power of Atonement, ( Isaiah 2, 1- 5. - Isaiah 11, 1 - 10. - Romans 15, 4 - 13. Matthew 3, 1 - 12).",Sermon given to the Mennonite Community of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
  296. "Balkan Nationalism and European Political Relations" Lecture given to Serbian, Croatian and Islamic professors and students and the public in the Center for International Relations, Trinity College, and in the Center for Russian and Eastern European Studies of the University of Toronto, University of Toronto, Toronto,Ontario, Canada, December 5, 1992.
  297. "Nationalism and the New World Order: Eastern Europe," Lecture givenb at the Kalamazoo Organization of Businessmen, called AMBUCS, January 13, 1993.
  298. "Ecumenism: The Christian Churches, the World Religions, and the Global Humanistic Movements. " Lecture given in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, on February 13, 1994.
  299. "The Dialectic of Revelation and Autonomous Reason." The prestigious St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture at St. Thomas University / New Brunswick University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, on January 27, 1994.
  300. "Religion and Nationalism: From Ex-Yugoslavia to East Germany." Lecture for the Faculty of New Brunswick University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Tilley Hall, on February 24, 1994.
  301. "The Struggle for Social Justice and Formal and Material Human Rights in Eastern and Western Europe, and in North America." Lecture to the students of St. Thomas University / New Brunswick University. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, on February 16, 1994
  302. "Religion and Nationalism in Eastern Europe, ", Lecture at St. Francis Xavier University, in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada, on March 8, 1994.
  303. "The Victory of Nationalism over Socialism in Eastern Europe, and the Religious Response," Lecture at the University College of Cape Breton, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, March 10, 1994.
  304. "Religion: Peace-Keeping and Peace-Making in Ex-Yugoslavia", Lecture at St. Thomas University / New Brunswick University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, on February 27, 1994.
  305. "Political Theology: Contemporary Issues". Public lecture at St. Vincent de Paul, Oromocto, New Brunswick, in the midst of the largest training center of the Canadian Army, on February 28, 1994.
  306. "Was Sigmund Freud right?: Religion and Sexuality," Lecture for the Faculty of St. Thomas University, on March 16, 1994.
  307. "Civil War in Yugoslavia " Lecture for the Faculty of St. Thomas University, on March 23, 1994.
  308. "The Victory of Nationalism over Socialism: German Re-Unification." Lecture for the Faculty of St. Thomas University on March 30, 1994.
  309. "Does Marx have a Future?" Lecture for the Faculty of St. Thomas University on April 6, 1994.
  310. "The Future of Religion." Lecture for the Faculty of St. Thomas University, on April 13, 1994.
  311. "What is Theology? What is Political Theology?" Lecture for the students of St. Thomas University / New Brunswick University, on March 14, 1994.
  312. "Solidarity with the Poor" Sermons in the Chaple of St. Thomas University / New Brunswick University, on Solidarity Sunday, March 20, 1994. Through the sermons I collected relief money for the innocent victims in Ex-Jugoslavia, which I took there in April 1994.
  313. "What to do about Ex-Yugoslavia?" Speech on the CSB Radio Station, Sydney, Nova Scotia, on March 10, 1994.
  314. "Pope John XXIII - Vatican II - Where do we go from here - Jerusalem II ?" Lecture to the clergy of St. John, New Brunswick, on April 7, 1994, to the clergy of Fredericton, New Brunswick, on April 12, 1994, and to the clergy of Chattam, New Brunswick, on April 14, 1994.
  315. "The Origins and Consequences of European Fascism: The Role of Religion,"January 30, 1994 Interview with the editor of the Nashwaak Review, Fredericton, New Brunswick, about
  316. "Why should Canadian Soldiers go to Ex-Yugoslavia as Peacekeepers, but not as Peacemakers?" An interview with a journalist of the Fredericton Gleaner on March 15, 1994.
  317. "The Role of Canada in the possible Reconstruction of Croatia, Bosnia - Herzegovina, and the New Yugoslavia (Serbia, Montenegroe, and Cosovo)." An interview to a journalist from the Radio Station CHI, Fredericton, New Brunswick, on March 20, 1994,
  318. "Catholicism and German Fascism: Then and Now," Lecture to the professors and students of the History Department of St. Thomas University / New Brunswick University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, on March 30, 1994.
  319. "Religion, Racism, and Nationalism in East and West" Lecture for the community of St. John, New Brunswick,on, April 7, 1994.
  320. "Theistic Revelations and Radical Enlightenment in Liberal Democaric Society", Lecture at the 18th international course on the "Future of Religion: The Role of Religion in Liberal Democratic Society," in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, on April 25, 1994, Morning Session.
  321. "The Dialectic of Comparative Religiology and of Theology, and other Human and Social Sciences," Lecture at the 18th international course on the " Future of Religion: The Role of Religion in Liberal Democratic Society", on April 25, 1994, Afternoon Session.
  322. "Religion and Nationalism in Ex-Yugoslavia" Lecture for the community of Rostock, Germany, on June 9, 1994.
  323. "Project World Ethos: Ex-Yugoslavia - War-Making, Peace-Keeping, and Peace-Making, and the World Religions" Lecture in the Conference of the Inter-Faith Dialogue Association, Grand Rapids, Eberhard Center, October 17, 1995.
  324. "How to make faith work: Faith as Communicative Action" Lecture at. St. Michael's Parish, Chatam, New Brunswick, Canada, April 14, 1994.
  325. "Religion, Racism, and Nationalism in East and West," Lecture at St. Joachim's Parish, St. John, New Brunswick, April 7. 1994.
  326. "Religion and Rightwing Extremism in America and Europe," Lecture at St. Thomas More Student Parish, October/November 1995.
  327. "Von Georg W.F.Hegel zu Jürgen Habermas: Von dem menschlichen Potential der Arbeit zu den evolutionären Universalien der Sprache, der Liebe, und der Anerkennung," Lecture in the International Congress on "Dialog am Ende des 20sten Jahrhunderts" at the Hegel-Institute in Berlin, Germany, September 22, 1995.
  328. "The Method of the Critical Theory: Determinate Negation" Lecture at Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan on March 3,1995 .
  329. "Kant , Hegel, and Habermas on War and Peace," Lecture in the Philosophy Department of the University of Joannina, Joannina, Greece, on May 4th, 1995,
  330. "From Dialectical Philosophy to Critical Theory: the Negative in World-History and its Negation" Lecture in the 19th international course on the "Future of Religion: Religious, Moral and Legal Attitudes toward War-making, Peace-keeping and Peace-making" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, on April 24, 1995 .
  331. "From Kant through Hegel to Habermas: On War-making, Peace-keeping, and Peace - making" Lecture in the 19th international course on the "Future of Religion" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, on April 24, 1995,
  332. "Conclusion" of the 19th international course on the " Future of Religion" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia. It included a summary and evaluation of the 30 papers delivered during the course, and the anticipation of the 20th international course entitled: "The Future of Religion: The Struggle between the Particularistic and Universalistic Tendencies in Society and Religion," on April 30, 1995 .
  333. "From Georg W.F.Hegel's Absolute Idealistic to Max Horkheimer's Critical Materialistic History of Philosophy: Scientific Justification of Metaphysics, Dialectical Method, Progress in Philosophy, and Revolution in Society" Paper delivered on October 3,1995 in the XXI. International Hegel Congress, Sa. Sebastian, Spain, October 1-4, 1996.
  334. "The World Religions and World Peace." 7 lectures for the Portage Methodist Church, January and February 1996.
  335. "Walter Benjamin's Politische Theologie: Anamnestische Solidarität mit den Unschuldigen Opfern," German paper given at the University of Rostock, Germany, on May 3, 1996.
  336. "Partikularistische und Universalistische Tendenzen in Walter Benjamin's Kritischer Theorie der Gesellschaft und der Religion," German paper given in the international course on the "Future of Religion: The Struggle between Universalistic and Particularistic Tendencies in Society and Religion,"in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 21, 1996.
  337. "The Dialectic of the particular and the Universal in Individual, Society and Religion," Paper given in the international course on the "Future of Religion: The Struggle between Universalistic Tendencies in Society and Religion," in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 21 - 27, 1996.
  338. "The Future of Religion: the Rescue of Religious Motives and Motivations through their Inversion into Secular Discourse." The paper was delivered during a conference of sociologists and futurologists in Kyoto, Japan,in September 1997.
  339. "The Role of Religion in the Formation of Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe: The Welfare State Class Compromise." The paper was delivered in Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine, in October 1997.
  340. "How can Jews, Christians and Muslims discourse with each other ?" Two public lectures given in the United Methodist Church, Kalamazoo, Mich. on November 3 and 10,1996.
  341. "What is going on in Catholicism?" Six public lectures given in the St. Thomas More Student Parish, Western Michigan University, in September /October 1996.
  342. "From Hegels' Absolute Idealistic to Horkheimer's Critical Materialistic Conception of the History of Philosophy: Scientific Justification of Metaphysics, Dialectical Method, Progress in Philosophy and Revolution in Society." Paper given before the International Hegel Society in San Sebastian, Spain, on 10.3.1996.
  343. "The Catholic Conscience as Critique of Contemporary Culture." Six public lectures given at St. Thomas More Student Parish, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo in January and February 1997.
  344. "Evangelization in the Process of Modernization: How can it be done?" Two public lectures given at the United Methodist Church on March 2 and 9, 1997.
  345. "The Test and the Rescue of Religious Representations into the Profane, Practical Discourse" Lecture given in the international course on the "Future of Religion" in the Inter-University Centre for Post-Graduate Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 21, 1997.
  346. "Europa und Amerika: Religion, Wirtschaft und Politik." Lecture given in the Evangelische Akademie in the Marienkirche, Rostock, Germany, on April 29,1998 ,
  347. "The Future of Religion: The Rescue of Religious Motives and Motivations through the Inversion into secular Discourse," Lecture given in the ISA (International Sociological Association) Research Section on Religion, in the framework of the XIII. Congress of Sociology at Bukkyo University, Kyoto, Japan, September 18 - 20, 1997.
  348. "The Role of Religion in the Formation of Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe: The Welfare State Class Compromise," Lecture given in the International Scientific Conference on Civil Society and Social Rights, Section "Religion and Politics. Interconfessional Communications and Political Technologies in the Age of Post-Communism," in Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine, October 5-11, 1997,
  349. "Theologie als Theodize nach Auschwitz" Lecture given in Rostock, Germany, on April 20, 1999.
  350. "The Negativity of Modern Art as the Negation of the Negativity of Modern Society: From Hegel to Adorno," Lecture given before the XXII. Hegel Congress, Utrecht, Holland, August 26 - 29, 1998.
  351. "The Critical Sociology of Religion : Alternative Futures" Lecture given during the XIV e Congres Mondial de Sociologie, Quebec, Canada, 26 Juillet - 1er Aout 1998.
  352. "Synagogue, Church and Theology after Auschwitz" Lecture given in Rostock, Germany, on April 20, 1999.
  353. "The Future of the Critical Theory of Society and Religion" The lecture was delivered in the Atlantic Association of Sociologists and Anthropologists 1999 Conference on "Crises in the World, Crises in Understanding: Sociology and Anthropology in the Near Future" at the University of New Brunswick, New Brunswick, Canada, October 21 - 23, 1999.
  354. "On Discourse" Introductory lecture for the 23rd. International Course on "The Future of Religion: Transcendence without Countermovement?" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 26 - 29,1999.
  355. "Transcendence without Countermovement?" Lecture given during the 23rd International Course on " The Future of Religion," in the IUC, Dubrovnik Croatia,April 26, 1999.
  356. "Transcendence and Counternmovement in and after Auschwitz," Lecture given in the 23rd.international course on the "Future of Religion" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, April 26, 1999.
  357. "Transcendence and Countermovement in Modern Art and Aesthetics: From Hegel to Adorno," Lecture given in the 23rd International Course on the "Future of Religion" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, on April 26, 1999.
  358. "Conlusion: The Results of our Discourse on the Future of Religion: Transcendence without Countermovement. Summary of Papers."Lecture given at the end of our 23rd international course on the "Future of Religion" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 30, 1999.
  359. "Christianity as Absolute or Relative Religion: From Hegel to Horkheimer, Benjamin and Adorno," Lecture before the XXIII. Kongress der Internationalen Hegel-Gesellschaft in Zagreb, Croatia, on Thursday, August 31, 2000.
  360. "Three Alternative Futures for the Next Millenium" Lecture given to The Golden " K" Kiwanis Group in the Central Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, January 6, 2000.
  361. "On the Future of the Critical Theory of Society and Religion" Lecture given before the final plenary session of the 1999 AASA Conference entitled "Crisis in the World. Crisis in Understanding. The Social Sciences in the Near Future." at St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, October 23rd, 1999.
  362. "Walter Benjamin's Apocalyptic Eschatology: Messianic Interruption of the Historical Continuum of Force and Counter-Force." Final public lecture given in the Millenium Series of Western Michigan University, organized by the Department of Comparative Religion on December 2, 1999.
  363. "Prologue,: Lecture given to the 24th International Course on the" Future of Religion: The New Century - the Inclusion of the Other." in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, on April 21, 2000.
  364. "Walter Benajmin: Metaphysician, Critic, Scholar and Martyr of Inclusive, Solidaristic, Anamnestic and Messianically-oriented Intersubjectivity and Interaction" Lecture given at the 24th International Course on the "Future of Religion", IUC Dubrovnik, April 21, 2000.
  365. "On the Future of the Critical Theory of Society and Religion: Inclusive Intersubjectivity and Interaction," Lecture given in the 24th International Course on the "Future of Religion" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, on April 23, 2000.
  366. "Epilogue". Lecture given to the 24th. International Course on the "Future of Religion," in the IUC, Dubrovnik, on April 28, 2000.
  367. "The Good Samaritan: From Discourse through Parable to Communicative Action" Lecture to the Mennonite Community in Kitchener - Waterloo, Ontario Canada on June18, 2000.
  368. "Theology in a World of Contradictions: From Shoa to Shalom," Commencement Speech for the Master and Ph.D. Candidates at Waterloo University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, on June 18, 2000.
  369. "Love of God, Neighbour and Self " Sermon for the Wedding of Karen Shoup in Novi, Michigan on July 29, 2000.
  370. "The Critical Theory of Society: Personal Autonomy and Universal Solidarit." Public lecture given at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada, in the "Christian Culture Lecture Series 1999-2000," on Monday, February 21, 2000.
  371. "The Critical Theory of Religion: Human Longing," Lecture at St. Francis Xavier University in the "Christian Cultute Lecture Series 1999-2000," in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada., on February 21 - 23, 2000.
  372. "The New Political Theology: Auschwitz and the Rediscovery of Christianity's Jewish Origin," Lecture given at St.Francis Xavier University, "Christian Culture Lecture Series 1999-2000," Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada, February 21 -23, 2000.
  373. " Religiosity in America" Sermon and lecture given at Santa Familia, in Frankfurt, Germany, on Sunday, September 20,2000.
  374. "The Critical Theory: Theodicy " Lecture given at the University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany, on August 25, 2000.
  375. "The Critical Theory of Society: The Longing for the Totally Other" Lecture given at the University of Cambridge, College Peterhouse, Cambridge, England, on Saturday, September 2,2000.
  376. "Critical Theory: The Right Society" Keynote speech for the Congresso International Valore Universais e o Futuro da Sociedade, in Sao Paolo, September 17-19,2001 .
  377. "The Open Dialectic between Religious and Secukar Values and Norms: Their Universalization through Public Discourse" Keynote speech at the XV.World Congress of Sociology: The Social World in the 21st Century Ambivalent Legacies and Rising Challenges,Brisbane, Australia , July 7-13, 2002.
  378. "Religion in the Social World of the 21st Century: Toward a World Ethos" Keynote speech at the XV. World Congress of Sociology in Brisbane, Australia, July 7 - 13, 2002.
  379. "Religion as Productive Force in the formation of a Civilized Society," Public lecture given in the International Course on " Religion and Politics in Modern Society," in Kiev, Ukraine, January 14,2002. ( Piboished)
  380. "Religion and Civil Society: Is the Universalization of Religious or Secular Values and Norms Possible in the Process of Global Modernization?" Public lecture given in the International Course on "Religion and Politics in Modern Society" in Kiev, Ukraine, Januarey 15,2002.( Published}
  381. "Religious Truth as Productive Force in Discourse and in the Practicaol Formation of the Right Society" Public lecture given in the Internationaol Course on"The Future of Religion: Truth in Discourse and Life World" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 2002.
  382. "The Open Dialectic of Jewish,Christian and Islamic Monotheism and radical Enlightenment: From Aquinas through Hegel to Horkheimer,Benjamin,Adorno,Habermas and Chatami," Lecture in the 24th Congress der Internationalen Hegel Gesellschaft : Glauben und Wissen in Jena, GermanyAugust 28 - September 1,2002.( Published).
  383. "Autobiographical Interview," For the Journal for Information Philosophy in May / June 2002.( Published)
  384. "Lassen sich die Christlichen Werte in der Säkularisierten Zivilgesellschaft legitimieren und anwenden? Kann man mit der Bergpredigt leben und regieren?" Sermon and lecture given at Sta Familia, Frankfurt a.M.,Germany,in April 2002.
  385. "Die Bergpredigt und die Richtige Gesellschaft: Ein Versuch Inverser Theologie" Sermon and Lecture at Sta. Familia, Frankfurt a.M.,Germany,April 2002.
  386. "Is the Universalization of Practical Religious Truth Possible in the Process of Global Modernization and Secularization?" Lecture given in the International Course on "The Future of Religion: Truth in Discourse and Life World, " in the IUC,, Dubrovnik,, Croatia,, April 2002.
  387. "Toward the True Society: The Negation of the Lex Talionis" Lecture given in the International Course on the "Future of Religion: Truth in Discourse and Life World" in the IUC, Dubrovnik,, Croatia, April 2002.
  388. "Church and Forgiveness" Six lecrures given at St. Thomas Student Parish,,Western Michigan University, October and November 2001.
  389. "Ethical Dilemmas." Six piublic lectures given at St. Thomas More Student Parish,Western Michigan University,in February/March 2002.
  390. "Why so much Terrorism- A Christian Response." Six public lectures given at St. Thomas More Student Parish in September/October 3002.
  391. "The Right Society:Personal Autonomy and Universal Solidarity" Public lecture given in the Center for the Study of Ethics in Society in the Western Michigan University Bernhard Center,Room 208, on April 2, 2002( To be published)
  392. "Critical Theory: The Right Society" Keynote speech for the Congresso International Valore Universais e o Futuro da Sociedade, in Sao Paolo, September 17-19,2001 (published).
  393. "The Open Dialectic between Religious and Secular Values and Norms: Their Universalization through Public Discourse" Keynote speech at the XV.World Congress of Sociology: The Social World in the 21st Century Ambivalent Legacies and Rising Challenges, Brisbane, Australia, July 7-13, 2002.( Abstract published)
  394. "Religion in the Social World of the 21st Century: Toward a World Ethos" Keynote speech at the XV. World Congress of Sociology in Brisbane, Australia, July 7 - 13, 2002(Abstract published).
  395. "Religion as Productive Force in the Formation of a Civilized Society," Lecture given in the International Course on "Religion and Politics in Modern Society," in Kiev, Ukraine, January 14,2002(Published).
  396. "Religion and Civil Society: Is the Universalization of Religious or Secular Values and Norms Possible in the Process of Global Modernization?" Lecture given in the International Course on " Religion and Politics in Modern Society" in Kiev, Ukraine, January 15,2002.( Published}
  397. "Religious Truth as Productive Force in Discourse and in the Practical Formation of the Right Society" Lecture given in the International Course on "The Future of Religion: Truth in Discourse and Life World" in the IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 2002.
  398. "The Open Dialectic of Jewish, Christian and Islamic Monotheism and Radical Enlightenment: From Aquinas through Hegel to Horkheimer, Benjamin, Adorno, Habermas and Chatami," Paper to the 24th Congress der Internationalen Hegel Gesellschaft : Glauben und Wissen in Jena, Germany, August 28 - September 1, 2002.
  399. "Autobiographical Interview" with the Journal for Information Philosophy in May / June 2002.(Published)
  400. "Lassen sich die Christlichen Werte in der Säkularisierten Zivilgesellschaft legitimieren und anwenden? Kann man mit der Bergpredigt leben und regieren?"Sermon at Sta Familia, Frankfurt a. M., Germany, in April 2002.
  401. "Die Bergpredigt und die Richtige Gesellschaft: Ein Versuch Inverser Theologie." Lecture given at Sta Familia, Frankfurt a. M., Germany, April 2002.
  402. "Is the Universalization of Practical Religious Truth Possible in the Process of Global Modernization and Secularization?" Lecture given in the International Course on "The Future of Religion: Truth in Discourse and Life World," in the IUC, Dubrovnik,, Croatia,, April 2002.
  403. "Toward the True Society: The Negation of the Lex Talionis" Lecture given in the International Course on the "Future of Religion: Truth in Discourse and Life World" in the IUC, Dubrovnik,, Croatia, April 2002.
  404. "Church and Forgiveness" Six lectures given at St. Thomas More Student Parish,,Western Michigan University, October and November 2001.
  405. "Ethical Dilemmas" Six lectures gicven at St. Thomas More Student Parish, Western Michigan University, in February/March 2002.
  406. "Why so much Terrorism - A Christian Response." Lecture given at St. Thomas More Student Parish in September/October 3002.
  407. "Hitler's Theodicy: Merciless Fate and Human Defiance," Lecture given at the Univeristy of Toronto, School of Theology.Toronto Ontario, Canada,March 6,2003,11..00 am -1.00 pm.
  408. "Why so many wars ? Christian Perpsective? Six lectures given at St. Thomas More Student Parish, Western Michigan University University, January/ February 2003..
  409. "The Open Dialectic between Religious and Secular Values and Norms: Their Universalization through Public Discourse " Lecture given at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion in Altlanta, Georgia, August 14, 2003. - 16, 2003.( Published)
  410. "Religion in the Social World of the 21st Century: Toward a World Ethos" Lecture for the XV. World Congress of Sociology: The Social World in the Twenty First Century: Ambivalent Legacies and Rising Challenges, Brisbane, Australia, July 7-13, 2002, RC 07, Session 4.. Tuesday, July 9, 2002, 15.30 - 17.15 P.M.
  411. "The Right Society: Personal Autonomy and Universal Solidarity" Lecture given in the Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik,Croatia, April 22, 2003
  412. "The Critical Theory of Society: Toward an Ethos of Autonomy and Solidarity" Lecture given in the Inter-University Center for Post-Graduate Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 23, 2003.
  413. "The Open Dialectic between Religious and Secular Values and Norms: Their Universalization through Public Discourse," Lecture at the XV. World Congress of Sociology entitled "The Social World in the Twenty First Century: Ambivalent Legacies and Rising Challenges Brisbane, Australia, July 7 -13, 2002RC 07 - Session 1. Monday, July 8, 2002, 13.30-15.15.15 P.M.
  414. "Judaism, Christianity and Islam: A Theological Comparison," Six public lectures giv en at St. Thomas More Student Parish, Western Michigan University, November - December 2005.
  415. " Toward a New Defiunition of Religion: The Longimng for the Totally Other, " Lecture gicven at the 29th International Course on" The Future of Religion: ,Different Conceptions of Religion and Modernity and Post-Modernity,: IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia. April 27, 2005.
  416. "Toward a New Conception of Religion, Moderbnity and Post-Modernity: Inverse Theology." Lecture given at the 29th International Course on" The Future of Religion: ,Different Conceptions of Religion and Modernity and Post-Modernity,: IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia. April 26, 2005.
  417. "From Mysticism to Modernity: The Expansion and Contraction of God," Lecture gicven at the 29th Internationalm Coirse on" The Future of Religion: ,Different Conceptions of Religion and Modernity and Post-Modernity,: IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia. April 28, 2005.
  418. "The Critical Theory of Religion:Toward an Open Dialectic Between Religious Faith and Secular Exoerience and Knowledge," Lecture given at the Oxford Round Table. entitled "Religion, Education and the Role of Government," at Lincoln College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England, August 7 - August 12, 2005.
  419. "Witnessing and Cionfessing Christ in a World of Violence and War?" Six public lectures, given at St. Thomas More Student Parish, Western Michigan University,February 16 to March 23, 2005, Wednesday 7.00 p.m.
  420. "Religion, Force and Terror: Lex Talionis," a lecture given at University X-Nanterre, Paris, France, October 2, 2004.
  421. "The Future of Religion: Religious Faith in a Modern Secular World," a lecture given at Olivet College, March 7, 2008.

 


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