In 2013, Tulane University welcomed Oxford’s John Lennox for a forum entitled “Is God Relevant?” Dr. Lennox explored the relationship between faith and science, and discussed whether or not science has made faith unnecessary for explaining the world around us.
In 2012, The Veritas Forum Tulane hosted pediatric oncologist Ray Barfield. If death is life's only certainty, why are we so often disillusioned when faced with its reality? What role should medicine play as we confront suffering and our own mortality? Come learn what the Christian faith has to say about "God, Medicine, and Suffering" in the light of modern medicine.
In 2011, The Veritas Forum at Tulane welcomed libertarians Eric Mack (Tulane) and Marcus Cole (Stanford) in "God, Government, or Me: Who Determines Moral Good?" a discussion dealing with the foundation of morality from their respective secular and Christian perspectives. Free from the difficulties of crossing a political divide, these men addressed and critiqued the fundamental principles compelling them to a common conclusion. Both related how morality in their personal lives is motivated by and rooted in their distinct worldviews and philosophies.