Conferences and Presentations
Dr. Angus Menuge - Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Concordia University Wisconsin
Thursday, February 7 6:30 PM
Alumni Fireside Lounge
UWM Student Union.
Epistemology, A Thoughtful Introduction To Knowledge
Tuesday, March 10th 2015 6:30 PM MSOE Alumni Partnership Center
1120 N. Broadway (near Jeneau)
Gregory Schultz, Professor of Philosophy at Concordia University Wisconsin, provides a hands-on introduction to Ludwig Wittgenstein’s
‘philosophical poem’, the Tactatus, and then guides a discussion of the limits of scientific knowledge in relation to ethics and God.
Sponsored by the newly formed chapter of LCMS-U at MSOE, this presentation is FREE and open to the public.
Parking is available on-street or at the nearby Viets Field parking structure.
Do Human Rights Need Religion?
UWM Student Union (Wisconsin Room)
Featuring Dr. John Warwick Montgomery, Inernationally renowned Christian apologist and human rights scholor, and Dr. Angus Menuge, President of the Evangelical Philosophical Society.
6:00pm - 8:00pm
UWM Union Ballroom
(Click here to download the flyer in PDF format)
Sexual Temptation. It’s all around us – displayed on primetime television, daytime dramas, magazines, billboards, and especially on the internet. We live in a society that has desensitized us to sexual impurity. Thus, we often fail to recognize its danger to us and its offense to God.
Why is internet pornography so dangerous? It is accessible, affordable, and anonymous. Internet pornography is a multi-billion dollar industry aimed at attracting users regardless of age or gender, and it seeks users out who aren’t even looking for it. Its use is progressive. It is addictive. Some have labeled it “the new crack cocaine.”