Thrive Center Director, Dr. Justin Barrett was interviewed for “The Table,” the blog for Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought. Dr. Barrett speaks about a number of topics studied at the Thrive Center, including cognitive development, spiritual wellbeing, social relationships, and humility.
To watch Dr. Barrett’s interview and read the transcript, visit the article on “The Table” by CLICKING HERE.
Thrive Center Director, Dr. Justin Barrett, spoke September 13-14th, 2013 at the Cognitive Science of Religion Conference, “Is Christianity Natural?” at Seattle Pacific University. Barrett was an invited plenary speaker at the conference alongside Emory University’s Robert McCauley.
In the conference’s opening plenary session, Barrett was the respondent to McCauley’s lecture, “Why Religion is Natural and Science Is Not.” Barrett gave his lecture, “How to Train Your Dragon: A Christian Response to the Cognitive Science of Religion” in the closing plenary session, to which McCauley then responded.
“Is Christianity Natural” – Opening Plenary Session
“Is Christianity Natural” – Closing Plenary Session
If you nissed John Shepherd’s talk last Fall at the launch of the Thrive Center, check out this complication of clips from his talk at Fuller Theological Seminary. Mr. Shepherd is an actor, and the producer of such movies as The Ultimate Gift, Bella, Snowmen, and The Stoning of Soraya M.
The Media, Film, and Human Thriving from Fuller Seminary on Vimeo.
It’s hard to believe how fast time goes by and that it has been nearly one year since Dr. Justin Barrett’s installation as the chair of the Thrive Center for Human Development. If you missed the installation last year, here’s a chance to take a look back.
Justin L. Barrett, PhD Installation Service from Fuller Seminary on Vimeo.