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NYT columnist interviews MIT professor about his path to faith, and intellectual integrity

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Jan 1, 2016 - New York Times Columnist, Ross Douthat, interviews MIT Chemistry professor, Troy Van Voorhis about solar energy and his path to Christian faith at UC-Berkeley. Find more content like this at SUBSCRIBE:... (10:58)

Harvard and MIT professors on faith and intellectual curiosity

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Dec 24, 2015 - Four professors from Harvard and MIT share how their Christian faith and their intellectual development have informed each other. Featuring Tyler VanderWeele, Professor of Epidemiology at Harvard School... (02:19)

NYT columnist interviews MIT professor on nuclear energy, science and Christianity

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Dec 19, 2015 - New York Times op ed columnist, Ross Douthat, interviews MIT professor of nuclear science and engineering, Ian Hutchinson on the future of nuclear science, and the history of science and Christianity -... (24:07)

NYT columnist interviews MIT computer scientist about technology, emotion, and belief in God

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Jan 8, 2016 - NYT columnist, Ross Douthat, interviews Rosalind Picard, MIT professor and director of MIT's Affective Computing Research Group, about her research on technology and emotion, its application to autism,... (21:30)

Have you ever felt tension between your faith and your intellect?

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Feb 9, 2016 - Harvard professor of epidemiology, Tyler VanderWeele, on the relationship between his faith and his intellectual pursuits. Find this and many other talks at SUBSCRIBE: FACEBOOK: Over the past two decades,... (02:26)

Harvard professor, Tyler VanderWeele, on how science points him toward God

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Feb 2, 2016 - Harvard professor, Tyler VanderWeele, on how science and mathematics relate to his faith. Find this and many other talks at SUBSCRIBE: FACEBOOK: Over the past two decades, The Veritas Forum has been... (01:47)

Harvard professor, Diana Eck, on myths about pluralism

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Aug 1, 2016 - Harvard professor and director of The Pluralism Project, Diana Eck, shares her thoughts on the myths surrounding pluralism at The Veritas Forum at Harvard, 2012. Find this and many other talks at SUBSCRIBE:... (19:17)

Is the human brain just a fallible machine? An MIT professor and a Harvard professor discuss

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Oct 11, 2016 - MIT computer scientist, Rosalind Picard, and Harvard neurologist, Shahram Khoshbin discuss whether the human brain is a fallible machine and how their worldviews frame their understanding of this question... (01:27:09)

NYT columnist interviews MIT professor on believing in something you can't prove

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Jan 11, 2016 - NYT professor, Ross Douthat, interviews MIT computer scientist, Rosalind Picard, on believing things you can't prove. Find this and many other talks at SUBSCRIBE: FACEBOOK: Over the past two decades,... (01:42)

What taken-for-granted patterns of behavior do you see at elite universities?

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Mar 9, 2016 - Harvard dean, Rakesh Khurana, questions Harvard professor, Michael Puett, and Stanford professor, Charles Lee, about the patterns of behavior they see at elite universities. Find this and many other talks... (06:05)

 

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