Theology, Economics, and Military Ethics: Works by Recent UST Guests

The UST campus hosted several visiting lecturers this week. Are you interested in learning more about the topics discussed? We have works by several of our campus guests available at Doherty:
N.T. Wright delivered his lecture “Prayer Meets Theology: Paul’s Vision of Christian Transformation” on March 22. He is the former Bishop of Durham in the Church of England and one of the world’s leading Bible scholars. With over sixty books ranging from scholarly studies to books for a more popular audience, Wright’s audiences range from viewers of ABC News and The Colbert Report to attendees of various scholarly and ministry conferences. Click here to find works by Wright at Doherty.

John Silvia is managing director and the chief economist for Wells Fargo. He discussed various topics related to the fundamentals of growth in the U.S.in his lecture “Two Different Growth Paths: Texas and the U.S.”The presentation explored the consumer and the labor market, the changing housing market, business investment, commercial real estate, government contraction, inflation and interest rates, monetary and fiscal policy, profits and credit markets, energy, jobs, housing and commercial real estate. Click here to find works by Silvia at Doherty. 

Andrew Bacevich is Professor of International Relations and History at Boston University; he previously taught at Johns Hopkins University and at West Point, where he graduated in 1969. His lecture “Breach of Trust” critiqued the gulf between America’s soldiers and the society that sends them off to war. Click here to find works by Becevich at Doherty.

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