The 21st Annual Bonhoeffer Lectures in Public Ethics will be held at Perkins School of Theology | Southern Methodist University and the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum in Dallas, TX, on May 19-21, 2022. The theme of the Lectures is “Everyday Ethics for Exceptional Times.” Lecturers will draw on Bonhoeffer’s doctrine of the mandates to examine politics, family, church, and culture.
The Lectures begin on Thursday evening, May 19, at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum. Dr. Gunter Prüller-Jagenteufel from the University of Vienna will give the opening lecture. On Friday and Saturday, May 20 and 21, the Lectures will be held at Southern Methodist University, beginning with a symposium on Friday that interrogates the morality of the modern nation state, and concluding on Saturday with lectures on the relationship between the church and society. Lecturers include Robin Lovin, Mary Ellen O’Connell, Esther Reed, Charles Mathewes, and Michael DeJonge.
About the Lectures:
Rotating annually between the United States and Germany, and originally conceived as part of the Bonhoeffer Chair program at Union Theological Seminary in New York City, the Bonhoeffer Lectures in Public Ethics are one of the most important parts of the life of the Bonhoeffer societies worldwide.
This year’s Lectures are generously sponsored by Auburn Seminary, the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, the Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics and Public Responsibility at Southern Methodist University, the Northern Texas – Northern Louisiana Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Perkins School of Theology, and individual donors.
Here is the direct registration link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/everyday-ethics-for-exceptional-times-21st-annual-bonhoeffer-lectures-tickets-228431594047