Acton University 2015 Lecture Bundle

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Own all 96 of the lectures from Acton University 2015 on a USB flash drive with this inexpensive bundle. Valued at $191, these lectures were recorded live at Acton University 2015 sessions. The drive itself comes with lectures numbered, including the lecturer and course title in the file name. Includes


Plenary Lectures from:


Dr. Samuel Gregg, Director of Research Acton Institute and author of Becoming Europe


Rev. Robert Sirico, co-founder of the Acton Institute and author of Defending the Free Market


Dr. Gregory Thornbury, President of the King's College


Joel Salatin, Entrepreneur and Alternative Farmer


Includes lectures from the following popular speakers:


Charlie Self, author of Flourishing Churches and Communities: A Pentecostal Primer on Faith, Work, and Economics for Spirit-Empowered Discipleship
Michael Butler, author of Creation and the Heart of Man: An Orthodox Perspective on Environmentalism
Vincent Bacote, Director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College                
Anthony Bradley, author of Keep Your Head Up and Liberating Black Theology


 


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2015 Lectures

  1. 21st Century Catholic Social Thought - de Souza
  2. Africa; New Pathways for Development – Widmer
  3. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn; Prophet and Critic – Jacobse
  4. Alexis de Tocqueville; Prophet of Our Times – Grasso
  5. American Constitutionalism; What Ever Happened to “Limited and Enumerated Powers” – Scoville
  6. Are the Poor 'Blessed' If we Make them Rich – Kreeft
  7. Benedict XVI and the Crisis of Europe – Gregg
  8. Biblical Foundations of Freedom – Self
  9. Business and the Common Good – Rae
  10. Can Business and Religion Get Along; Evidence from History –Schmeising
  11. Catholic Social Teaching 101 - de Souza
  12. Christian Anthropology – Gregg
  13. Christian Vision of Government – Miller
  14. Christianity and Cultural Responsibility – Stonestreet
  15. Christianity and Postmodernity – Stonestreet
  16. Christopher Dawson and the Dynamics of History – Birzer
  17. Church Fathers on Usury – Zuhlsdorf
  18. Church, City, and Urban Renewal – Brooks
  19. Communitarianism; Theory and Critique – Grasso
  20. Community and Economic Development – Beene
  21. Creation and the Image of God – Hahn
  22. Crony Capitalism – Richards
  23. Demographics and Civilizational Decline – Goldman
  24. Distributism; Theory and Critique – Flanders
  25. Early Christian Critics of Socialism; Lessons for Today – Chafuen
  26. East Meets West; Consumerism and Asceticism – Jensen
  27. Economic Growth, The Rule of Law, and the Image of God – Hill
  28. Economic Way of Thinking – Morse
  29. Entrepreneurial Culture; How it Supports Innovation – Widmer
  30. Envy and Its Discontents – Claar
  31. Evangelicals and Social Justice – Bruce
  32. Free-Market Thought; Austrian Economics – Reed
  33. Free-Market Thought; Public Choice Theory – Hill
  34. From Paternalism to Partnership – Elzinga, G
  35. Getting Social Justice Right – Anderson
  36. Good, True, and Beautiful; CS Lewis – Kreeft
  37. Home Economics; What Does Family Structure Have to Do with Economic Success in America – Wilcox
  38. How to Talk About Natural Law – Budziszewski
  39. Human Trafficking – Biddle
  40. Income and Inequality – Barrows
  41. Introduction to Orthodox Social Thought – Pahman
  42. Introduction to Real Business Ethics – Torres
  43. Introduction to the Chicago School – Emmett
  44. Islam 101 – Akyol
  45. Islam, Markets, and the Free Society – Akyol
  46. John Wesley; Social Entrepreneur – Self
  47. Judaism and the Market Economy – Grosby
  48. Labor Economics and Justice – Barrows
  49. Latin America; New Pathways of Development – Olsen
  50. Living the Virtues in the Free Economy – Therrien
  51. Marketplace as Social Shalom - Bradley, A
  52. Markets and Monasticism – Pahman
  53. Microfinance and Development – Greer
  54. Moral Imagination – Miller
  55. Myths about the Market – Richards
  56. Orthodoxy and Natural Law – Butler
  57. Partnership Based Community Development – Papazov
  58. Philanthropy and Civil Society; An Ethic of Beneficence for the Modern Age – Ealy
  59. Plenary – Gregg
  60. Plenary – Sirico
  61. Plenary – Thornbury
  62. Pope Francis, the Gospel, and Catholic Social Teaching; An Introduction – Landry
  63. Population Economics – Barrows
  64. Poverty in the Developing World – Miller
  65. Private Charity; A Practitioner’s View – Carrasco
  66. Progressivism; Theory and Critique – Schmiesing
  67. Property Rights in the Old Testament I – Bergsma
  68. Property Rights in the Old Testament II – Bergsma
  69. Religion, Social Trends and Demographics – Mantilla
  70. Religious Liberty and the Challenges to Conscience - Bradley, G
  71. Religious Liberty and the Entrepreneurial Economy – Forster
  72. Religious Liberty; The Dawn of the First Amendment – Pinheiro
  73. Second Thoughts; Newman on Political and Economic Liberty – Deavel
  74. Social Entreprenership – Olsen
  75. Social Justice Isn’t What You Think It Is – Novak
  76. Statesman; The Thought of Leo XIII - de Souza
  77. The Architecture of Natural Law – Budziszewski
  78. The Austrian Tradition on Social and Economic Order – Tucker
  79. The Centrality of the Family in Ancient Israel – Hahn
  80. The End and Rise of Socialism – Otteson
  81. The Enduring Allure of Karl Marx – Otteson
  82. The EU; Forerunner of Democratic Global Governance – Huizinga
  83. The Family and the Market – Morse
  84. The Moral Case for Economic Growth – Noell
  85. The Mystery of the Invisible Hand; From Adam to Adam Smith - Elzinga, K
  86. The Rise and Fall of the European Social Market – Gregg
  87. The Social Teaching of John Paul II - de Souza
  88. The Social Vision of Abraham Kuyper – Bacote
  89. The Soteriology of John Wesley's Ministry to the Poor – Collins
  90. Theology of Work – Rae
  91. Theories of Inequality and Fairness; Affirmative Action - Bradley, A
  92. Value Investing – Bahnsen
  93. Vocational Stewardship and Community Transformation – Sherman
  94. What is Natural Law – Budziszewski
  95. Why East Asia has Risen out of Poverty - Tan

Worship or Participation; The Role of Religion in Public Life – Stonestreet

Own all 96 of the lectures from Acton University 2015 on a USB flash drive with this inexpensive bundle. Valued at $191, these lectures were recorded live at Acton University 2015 sessions. The drive itself comes with lectures numbered, including the lecturer and course title in the file name. Includes

Plenary Lectures from:

Dr. Samuel Gregg, Director of Research Acton Institute and author of Becoming Europe

Rev. Robert Sirico, co-founder of the Acton Institute and author of Defending the Free Market

Dr. Gregory Thornbury, President of the King's College

Joel Salatin, Entrepreneur and Alternative Farmer

 

Includes lectures from the following popular speakers:

Charlie Self, author of Flourishing Churches and Communities: A Pentecostal Primer on Faith, Work, and Economics for Spirit-Empowered Discipleship
Michael Butler, author of Creation and the Heart of Man: An Orthodox Perspective on Environmentalism
Vincent Bacote, Director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College                                                                                                                                    Jordan Ballor, author of Ecumenical Babel and Get Your Hands Dirty
Anthony Bradley, author of Keep Your Head Up and Liberating Black Theology

 

Visit the official Acton University website for information on attending in person!

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