Professor Douglas Ambrose will convene the second meeting of the Christopher Dawson Society at the Alexander Hamilton Institute on 4 March at 7:00 PM. Pope Benedict XVI’s  “Regensburg Lecture” and two commentaries on the lecture, “The Regensburg Lecture:  Thinking Rightly about God and Man” by Father James Schall, SJ and “The Regensburg Moment” by Father James Neuhaus, editor of First Things, will serve as the prescribed readings.

The Pope’s lecture led to a firestorm of protest, especially among some Muslims.  Obscured, however, as a result of that controversy, is, in fact, the lecture’s primary focus:  “Faith, Reason, and the University.”

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Dawson meetings are open to the public. Refreshments will be served.