Salt & Light Seminar

Salt & Light is an annual seminar hosted by the Vernon Grounds Institute of Public Ethics.

The purpose of the seminar is to offer a collective learning experience designed to empower and inspire participants to steward the resources that God has given them for maximum impact in the world. Those who attend the event will have the opportunity to interact with leaders in their fields, enjoy a catered lunch, and receive the monograph series published by the Vernon Grounds Institute.

2014-2015 Theme - Moral Implications for the Practice of Capital Punishment

The primary aim of this year's Salt & Light event is to guide participants in thinking through the philosophical and ethical implications of capital punishment.

Dr. Doug Groothuis and Ms. Jennifer Kraska will present views on capital punishment from philosophical and ethical perspectives for and against respectively. Both Dr. Groothuis and Ms. Kraska will have a respondent speaker challenging their respective viewpoints. Following the main event, all four speakers will sit down for a lunch with the attendees to discuss the different perspectives and how we can use them to be Salt & Light in this world. 

The Salt & Light Seminar will take place on Saturday, April 25, 2015. For more information on this event or to register, please click here.

To see previous themes and events hosted by the Salt & Light Seminar, click here.

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