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A Lecture on Sex by a Major Natural Law Theorist this Thursday at NCSU

The Thomas International Center

in conjunction with

 the Intercollegiate Studies Institute

and

the Doggett Center

presents

a lecture by

J. Budziszewski

Author of What We Can’t Not Know

“The Natural Law

of Sex”

Thursday, September 29

4:30 pm

Erdhal Cloyd Theater

(2nd floor of DH Hill Library)

North Carolina State University

J. Budziszewski is professor of government at the University of Texas, Austin, where he specializes in ethics, political philosophy and the interaction of these two fields with religion and theology.  He has been a leading advocate for natural law theory over the past twenty years.  His books include What We Can’t Not Know, Written on the Heart, and (forthcoming) The Meaning of Sex.  In addition, Budziszewski is known for articles and books of Christian apologetics, addressed to a broad audience including young people and college students, both Protestants and Catholics, as well as to those who are uncertain of their beliefs but are sincerely seeking.

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Hi! I'm David, the campus minister for InterVarsity's graduate and faculty ministries at NC State and Meredith College. I hope you'll join me as I learn to "practice resurrection" in the City of Oaks, in her universities, and in the wider world. You can contact me at dmwilliams83@gmail.com

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