FIF: Professor Julius Crump on “The Role of Evil in Religion”


We are pleased to invite Professor Julius Crump, Lecture in Religion at Lake Forest College, to discuss the problem of evil and its role and effects on religion.

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Tuesday, February 2, 2016
11:30am- 1:00pm
Lunch will be served

Niagara Foundation – Chicago
205 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 4240
Chicago, IL, US, 60601

Julius Crump is a doctoral candidate at the University of Chicago Divinity School. He recently assisted Peter J. Paris with editing African American Theological Ethics: A Reader (Westminster John Knox Press, January 2016). He has taught at two schools in Chicagoland, Lake Forest College and Dominican University. His research interests are in the social and theological problems of evil, African American religious thought and political liberalism. He is currently completing his dissertation on the relevance of the public-private distinction for modern religious discourses.

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