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Religion in Life Lectures at Furman University,
Organized by Date
Robert Evans
Robert Evans, photograph found in Furman University Archives

The majority of the Religion in Life lectures were originally recorded on cassette tape. More recent events were recorded on CD and are listed as a CD. Special Collections and Archives and the Digital Collections Center are digitizing the RIL lectures, and those with an * are currently being processed. The lectures in red have been digitized by the Digital Collections Center and can be accessed by those with a Furman login through the Digital Collections Center's website.
I. 1960s
II. 1970s
  • 3/18/1970 - Carl Rowan, "Dissent 1970: What changes are needed in our society and how to bring them about?"
  • 3/18/1970 - William Rusher, "Dissent 1970: What changes are needed in our society and how to bring them about?"
  • 3/19/1970 - David Halberstam, "Dissent 1970: What changes are needed in our society and how to bring them about?"
  • 3/26/1970 - Edmund Muskie, "The Growth of the Welfare State: Peril or Promise"
  • 5/7/1970 - George W. Webber, "The Church and the Urban Crisis"
  • 10/13/1971 - G. Warren Nutter, "Attaining and Maintaining Peace"
  • 10/1971 - William Anderson, "Attaining and Maintaining Peace"
  • 12/1/1971 - William Stringfellow, "Christ and Culture"
  • 12/8/1971 - David H. Hesla, "Christ and Culture"
  • 1971 - Edgar Chasteen, "The Case for Compulsory Birth Control"
  • 1971 - John Kerry, "Attaining & Maintaining World Peace"
  • 1971 - Sam Love, "Spaceship Earth Series"
  • 1970-1971 - Rives Chalmers, "Finding Personhood"
  • 1970-1971 - William Fletcher, "Religious Dissent in the USSR"
  • 1970-1971 - Marshall Frady, "Politics and the Image Makers"
  • 1970-1971? - Billy Graham, "Sex, Religion, and Death"
  • 1970-1971? - Earl Hubbard, "New Worlds"
  • 1970-1971 - John Killenger, "Worship and Sensuality"
  • 1970-1971 - Charles Wright, "Personal Rights and the Law"
  • 1/5/1972 - Barkley Moore, "The Search for Self"
  • 3/9/1972 - Charles Alan Wright, "Must the Criminal Go Free If the Constable Blunders"
  • 4/5/1972 - Dean Rusk, "Reorienting National Priorities"
  • 1971-1972 - Will Campbell, "Why Get Involved"
  • 10/4/1972 - Harry Dent, "Campaign '72"
  • 10/4/1972 - Bob Evans, "Campaign '72"
  • 11/29/1972 - William Glasser, "Reality"
  • 4/11/1973 - Thomas H. Naylor, "The South"
  • 5/2/1973 - Samuel S. Hill, "The South"
  • *1972-1973 - Neil Sheehan, "What is wrong with the press of America"
  • 10/3/1973 - Charles W. Williams, "The Future: Peril or Promise?"
  • 10/31/1973 - Roxane Witke, "Women and Revolution in China"
  • 11/21/1973 - Paul Duke, "The People's Right to Know" Feedback Session
  • 1/23/1974 - Carl Madden, "Sociology of the Future: The Clash of Cultures"
  • *2/6/1974 - William Campbell, "A Dialogue on the Future of the Church"
  • 3/6/1974 - Adolph Dial, "The American Indian: A Vanishing American?"
  • 3/13/1974 - Samuel D. Proctor, "Moral Fatigue"
  • 5/9/1974 - M. Stanton Evans, "The Future of Freedom"
  • 10/23/1974 - Anthony Lewis
  • 10/30/1974 - Ben J. Wattenburg, "The Real Majority"
  • 11/20/1974 - James Deakin, "How Powerful is the President?"
  • 3/5/1975 - Eliot Wigginton, "Mountain Folkways and Customs"
  • *3/19/1975 - James Tobin, "The Economic Crisis and Policy in 1975"
  • 4/2/1975 - Ellis A. MacDougall, "Criminal Justice - The Challenge of Tomorrow"
  • *4/8/1975 - Dick Gregory
  • 4/30/1975 - Vance Packard, "The Changing American Character"
  • 10/1/1975 - Seymour Hersh, "Responsibility of the Media to Tell the Truth"
  • 10/15/1975 - Reg Murphy, "Violence as an American Way of Life"
  • 10/29/1975 - S. M. Pearman, "Where Do We Go From Here?"
  • 11/5/1975 - Jim Edwards, "Value Clarification and Development"
  • 11/5/1975 - Sallie Grant, "Value Clarification and Development"
  • 11/19/1975 - R. P. Luke, "Uranium: Problems and Prospects"
  • 3/10/1976 - Clark Vincent, "Self-Identity: Prerequisite for Effective Courtship & Marriage"
  • 3/17/1976 - Samuel Proctor, "Using Our Margin of Freedom"
  • 3/30/1976 - Julian Bond, "The Future"
  • 4/7/1976 - U.S. Army War College Panel, "What is an Adequate Military Defense for the U.S.?"
  • 4/14/1976 - John M. Maury, "What is an Adequate Military Defense for the U.S.?"
  • 4/21/1976 - Carole Simpson, "Which Way America? A View from Washington, D. C."
  • 4/28/1976 - Gerald O. Banney, "The Ethical Dilemma of a World Society"
  • 5/12/1976 - John R. Coleman, "A Time to be in College. . . A Time to be Away"
  • 9/20/1976 - Mark Hatfield, "Religion and Politics"
  • *9/21/1976 - Charles Ravenel, "Religion and Politics"
  • 9/22/1976 - Elaine Shannon, "Politics as an Expression of Religious Vocation"
  • 10/13/1976 - William Dyall, Jr., "A Responsive Approach to Latin America and the Caribbean"
  • 10/27/1976 - Townsend Belser, "Nuclear Energy Debate"
  • *1/16/1977 - Frank Espey, "Death and Medical Ethics"
  • 3/16/1977 - Leon Sullivan
  • 3/30/1977 - Robert Bratcher
  • 4/13/1977 - Mary Cosby, "Personal Faith - Christian Action"
  • 4/13/1977 - Foy Valentine, "Personal Faith - Christian Action"
  • 4/20/1977 - Jim Carlen, "Religion in Sports"
  • 4/20/1977 - Frank Deford, "Religion in Sports"
  • 4/27/1977 - John Lachs, "Psychic Distance from God"
  • 9/28/1977 - Josiah Bunting, "The Loss of Idealism"
  • 10/12/1977 - Jane Crostwaite, "Religion is an Old Man with Wings"
  • 10/19/1977 - Hugh Sidey, "The Meaning of Leadership"
  • *10/26/1977 - Martha Rountree, "Your Stake in the Future"
  • 11/2/1977 - Ronald J. Sider, "Rich Christians / Age of Hunger"
  • *11/9/1977 - Millard Fuller, "The Miracle of Unloading"
  • *3/15/1978 - Anthony Campolo, "Marriage and the Family"
  • *3/15/1978 - Anthony Campolo, "Sacred Cows Make Great Hamburgers"
  • 3/29/1978 - John Powell, "Happiness is in the Head"
  • 3/30/1978 - Rollin D. Hotchkiss, "Genetic Engineering"
  • 4/5/1978 - Janice and Mahan Siler, "Changing Male / Female Roles"
  • 4/12/1978 - John A. Howard, "The New Wilderness"
  • 4/19/1978 - Jesse Jackson, "Operation PUSH"
  • 4/26/1978 - S.C. Congressional Candidates
  • 9/27/1978 - Barclay Moore, "So You Want to Help People"
  • 10/4/1978 - Paul Duke, "Jimmy Carter - Can he make it back?"
  • 10/11/1978 - Jed Johnson, "Can Representative Government Survive?"
  • 10/18/1978 - John Crabtree, "Looking toward tomorrow: One man's view of Furman"
  • 10/25,1978 - Joseph Abileah, "A Vision of Peace for the Middle East"
  • 11/1/1978 - Derek Miller, "How to Understand Your Parents"
  • 11/5/1978 - Grady Nutt
  • 11/8/1978 - John M. Bullard, "The Role of Humor in the Bible"
  • 2/25/1979 - Cecil Sherman, "The Electronic Church"
  • 3/14/1979 - Robert Coles, "Children of Affluence"
  • 3/21/1979 - William Simon, "A Time for Truth"
  • 3/28/1979 - Daniel McGee, "Making Ethical Decisions: The Peril and the Promise"
  • 4/4/1979 - Glenn Igleheart, "Christian Conflicts with the Cults"
  • 4/18/1979 - Max Cleland, "Religion (Life and Living)"
  • 4/25/1979 - Frank and Evelyn Stagg, "Role of Women in Biblical Perspective"
  • 5/2/1979 - Mary Cosby, "Caring in the World of 1979"
  • 9/26/1979 - Ralph C. Wood, "Satire & Humor: The Comic Ways of God to Man"
  • 10/3/1979 - Betty L. Siegel, "Conservation of Human Resources"
  • 10/10/1979 - James D. Carraway, "Chemical Dependency Symposium"
  • *10/24/1979 - William Campbell, "Law and Grace after 2000 years"
  • 10/30/1979 - Anthony Campolo, "The Reformation was a Revolution"
  • 10/31/1979 - Anthony Campolo, "Reforming Protestantism"
  • 11/7/1979 - Andy Loving and Gary Rand, "The Church and World Hunger: A Biblical Response"
III. 1980s
  • 3/19/1980 - Wilma Stokely, "Work"
  • 3/26/1980 - Tom Wicker, "Convocation Address"
  • 4/9/1980 - Wallace Denton, "The Family - Which way in the future"
  • 4/23/1980 - E. Glenn Hinson, "The Horizontal Christian"
  • 9/24/1980 - Robert E. Stillwell, "What I Wish I Had Known About Going to College"
  • 10/1/1980 - James L. Guth, "Politics and the Evangelical Right"
  • 10/8/1980 - William W. Purkey, "Human Motivation: An Invitational Approach"
  • 10/15/1980 - Orlando E. Costas, "Theology in a Context of Liberation: The Latin American Experience"
  • 10/20/1980 - Paul Duke, "Ronnie, Johnny, Jimmy: Which Will It Be?"
  • 10/22/1980 - Albert H. Keller, "Medical Ethics: Life & Death Question"
  • 11/5/1980 - Arthur Simon, "The Struggle for Bread and Justice"
  • 4/26/1980 - Sidney Callahan, "How Do You Arrive at a Sexual Ethic?"
  • 3/10/1981 - William A. Lawson, "The Restoration of the Black Family"
  • 3/11/1981 - William A. Lawson, "The Black Contribution to the Western Music Experience"
  • 3/11/1981 - William A. Lawson, "The Building of a Western Tribe"
  • 3/18/1981 - George K. Schweitzer, "The Creation / Evolution Controversy"
  • 4/1/1981 - Dale Auckerman, "A Christian Response to the Nuclear Arms Race"
  • 4/8/1981 - John F. Alexander, "The Upside Down Kingdom"
  • 4/22/1981 - Jane Ann Ferguson and Richard F. Ward, "Stories from the Cotton Patch
  • 4/29/1981 - Leontine T. Kelly, "Mold Breaking"
  • 5/6/1981 - John Powell, "The Vision That Shapes Our Lives"
  • 9/23/1981 - John Buchanan, "The Church and Political Power"
  • 9/30/1981 - James M. Dunn, "For Freedom Set Free"
  • 10/7/1981 - Dan R. Ebener, "Christian Basis for Peace Making"
  • 10/14/1981 - John Henry Faulk, "When Freedom is Threatened"
  • 10/21/1981 - John Stamp, "Albert Schweitzer: A Man for Our Own Times"
  • 10/28/1981 - Benjamin Mays, "I Have Seen Changes in the South and North"
  • 11/4/1981 - Mansell Pattison, "Is the Concept of Evil Outmoded?"
  • 3/10/1982 - Martha Keys, "A Woman's Place is in the House & Senate"
  • 3/24/1982 - Richard Barnet, "Power and Peace"
  • 3/31/1982 - John I. Durham, "Rembrandt: An Artist's Religious Pilgrimage"
  • 4/14/1982 - Roy M. Gasnick, "800 Years with the Saint from Assisi"
  • *4/21/1982 - Florence Jordan, "Dreams, Dreams, Dreams: Koininia and Alternative Lifestyle"
  • *4/28/1982 - David Boren, "American Politics - The Beginning of a New Era"
  • 9/22/1982 - Edward B. Fiske, "Confessions of a College Guide Author"
  • 9/29/1982 - Samuel D. Proctor, "What We Need When It Seems We Have Everything"
  • 10/13/1982 - Donald P. Aiesi, "President Reagan's Mid-Term Election"
  • 10/20/1982 - Timothy George, "Violence and Peace in Christian History"
  • 10/27/1982 - James Anderson, "The Exercise of Presidential Power"
  • 11/3/1982 - Philip Bennett, "The Spiritual and Moral Implications of Nuclear Weapons"
  • 3/9/1983 - Joseph E. Lowery, "Hold Fast to Dreams"
  • 3/16/1983 - Elmer S. West, "Enough Stuff"
  • 3/23/1983 - Thomas Cloer, Jr., "Appalachian Mountain Folk: A Vanishing Culture"
  • 4/6/1983 - George K. Schweitzer, "The Creation / Evolution Controversy"
  • 4/13/1983 - Patrick B. Mullen, "Intimacy & Pac-man Fever: The Binary Mind"
  • 4/20/1983 - Scott H. Hendrix, "Will the Real Martin Luther Please Stand Up?"
  • 4/27/1983 - James D. Glasse, "Journey Inward / Journey Outward: Illusion & Reality"
  • 9/21/1983 - Panel Discussion, "Intentional Living & Learning in the Furman Community"
  • 9/18/1983 - Hugh Sidey, "The Nature of Leadership"
  • 10/5/1983 - Ed Christman, "Peculiar Treasures"
  • 10/12/1983 - Panel Discussion, "Alcohol 18-21"
  • 10/19/1983 - Anthony Campolo, "The End of the Magical Kingdom"
  • 10/26/1983 - Gary Rand, "What Do You Say to a Hungry World"
  • 11/2/1983 - James F. Strange, "Archaeology & the World of the Bible"
  • 11/9/1983 - Heber F. Peacock, "Yesterday's Bible in Today's World"
  • 3/7/1984 - Bob E. Leach, "Enduring Values for a World Upside Down"
  • 3/14/1984 - Jack A. Hanberry, "The Inmate Nation: What are Prisons For?"
  • 3/14/1984 - William D. Leeke, "The Inmate Nation: What are Prisons For?"
  • 3/21/1984 - Janet L. Horman, "Peace with Justice and Compassion: Personal Pilgrimages of Two Alumni"
  • 3/21/1984 - Henry Parr, "Peace with Justice and Compassion: Personal Pilgrimages of Two Alumni"
  • 3/28/1984 - Eliot Wigginton, "The Foxfire Experience"
  • 4/4/1984 - Alvin J. Reines, "The Holocaust: An Aberrant Extreme in the Quest for Authority"
  • 4/11/1984 - Bill J. Leonard, "Getting Saved in America: The Evolution of the Conversion Experience"
  • 9/19/1984 - M. Scott Peck, "Growing Up Painfully: Consciousness and the Problem of Pain"
  • 9/26/1984 - John David Hopper, "Fellow Believers on the Other Side"
  • 10/3/1984 - Charles A. Kimball, "Conflict and Revolution in the Middle East"
  • 10/10/1984 - Clinton W. Kersey, "The Quest for a Meaningful Career"
  • 10/17/1984 - Derek Miller, "Growth to Freedom: Family Life in the 1980's"
  • 10/24/1984 - Glen H. Stassen, "Journey Into Peacemaking"
  • 10/31/1984 - Furman Political Science Faculty, "Campaign '84"
  • 3/13/1985 - Gordon J. Kingsley, "Do You Know Where You Are Going To: A Collegiate Quo Vadis?"
  • 3/20/1985 - Martha Morrison, "Dying a Thousand Times"
  • 3/27/1985 - Oscar Burnett, "Christ, His Church, and Us: A Protestant - Catholic Dialogue"
  • 3/27/1985 - Glenn Igleheart, "Christ, His Church, and Us: A Protestant - Catholic Dialogue"
  • 4/10/1985 - Alan Kolp, "Building Arks in Dry Valleys"
  • 4/17/1985 - Kenneth Ravizza, "The Nature of Peak Performance"
  • 4/24/1985 - John Rice Irwin, "A Southern Perspective on Life and Work"
  • 5/1/1985 - Will Campbell, "A Southern Perspective on Life and Work"
  • 9/18/1985 - Tom Regan, "The Case for Animal Rights"
  • 9/25/1985 - James Dunn, "The First Ammendment Has Fallen on Hard Times"
  • 10/2/1985 - Michael Cook, "A Jew Looks at the New Testament"
  • 10/9/1985 - Austin McGuigan, "What You Need to Know About Legalized Gambling"
  • 10/16/1985 - Robert Lekachman, "New Religious Wars"
  • 10/23/1985 - Khalil Janho, "A Personal Perspective on the Middle East A Jigsaw Puzzle of Peoples"
  • 10/27/1985 - Gordon Poteat, "Is It Enough To Be Decent?"
  • 10/27/1985 - Gordon Poteat, "What Shall We Think of the Bible?"
  • 10/28/1985 - Gordon Poteat, "Understanding China," on CD and cassette
  • 11/7/1985 - John I. Walker, "Depression: Singing the Blues and How to Stop"
  • 3/12/1986 - Gerald Dumas, "Religion in Comic Strips"
  • 3/19/1986 - Britton and Bobbye Wood, "Building Lasting Relationships"
  • 4/2/1986 - Stanley Hauerwas, "Talking Time for Peace: the Moral Significance of the Trivial"
  • 4/9/1986 - Frank Bonner, "Racial Intergration at Furman: 21 Years Later"
  • 4/9/1986 - Lillian Brock-Flemming, "Racial Intergration at Furman: 21 Years Later"
  • 4/9/1986 - Schaefer Kendrick, "Racial Intergration at Furman: 21 Years Later"
  • 4/9/1986 - Joe Vaughn, "Racial Intergration at Furman: 21 Years Later"
  • 4/9/1986 - Sam Britt, "Traditional African Religions; A Trek Across Africa"
  • 4/9/1986 - Helen McCallie, "Traditional African Religions; A Trek Across Africa"
  • 4/30/1986 - Dennis R. McDonald, "From Faith to Faith: My Journey from Credulity to Awe"
  • 9/17/1986 - Laura Meagher, "Ethical Issues in Biotechnology"
  • 9/24/1986 - Howard Ris, "Strategic Defense Initiative: No"
  • 10/1/1986 - Philip Cox, "Strategic Defense Initiative: Yes"
  • 10/8/1986 - Erazim Kohak, "God Among Machines"
  • 10/15/1986 - Philip Wogaman, "Mixing Christianity with Business"
  • 10/29/1986 - Joseph Bevilacqua, "Mental Health in SC - A Time to Change"
  • 3/4/1987 - Jack Jones Jezrell, "Crisis in the South: Refugees from Across the Border"
  • 3/8/1987 - Campus Worship Service, "The Upside Down Kingdom"
  • 3/11/1987 - Conrad Hyers, "Put A Little Humor in Your Life: Reading the Bible as Divine Comedy"
  • 3/18/1987 - Bill Pierce, "What's Under Your Hat?"
  • 3/18/1987 - Frank Powell, "What's Under Your Hat?"
  • 3/18/1987 - Veronica Yockey, "What's Under Your Hat?"
  • 3/25/1987 - Jose Amros, "Religion and U.S. Foreign Policy in Central America"
  • 4/1/1987 - Darrell Adams, "Festival of Foods"
  • 4/1/1987 - Doug Berky, "A Festival of Fools"
  • 4/8/1987 - John J. McDermott, "I Miss???: Reflections on Human Lonliness"
  • 4/22/1987 - Donald P. Lewis, "Crafting the Dream"
  • 4/22/1987 - Bennie Lee Sinclair, "Crafting the Dream"
  • 4/29/1987 - Ken Ravizza, "Managing Stress Before It Manages You"
  • 4/29/1987 - Ken Ravizza, "Stress in Musical Performance"
  • 9/29/1987 - Curt Cloninger, "God Views"
  • 9/30/1987 - Curt Cloninger, "Witnesses"
  • 10/1/1987 - Curt Cloninger, "Red Letter Edition"
  • 10/5/1987 - Rex Mason, "Clues for the Feminine Picture of God"
  • 10/13/1987 - Ronald Thiemann, "Render Unto Caesar"
  • 10/13/1987 - J. David Woodard, "Render Unto Caesar"
  • 10/20/1987 - Cardwell C. Nuckols, "Who's Hooked on What?"
  • 11/2/1987 - Patrick Mullen, "Is Rock and Roll Art?"
  • 11/19/1987 - Nick Weber, "Royal Lichtenstein Circus"
  • 1/20/1988 - Glenn Hinson, "Six Ways to Pray"
  • 3/25/1988 - Bill Leonard, "Heritage and Hope"
  • 4/6/1988 - Neville Richardson, "The Church, Apartheid in South Africa"
  • 4/18/1988 - Donald Drew, "Toward a Christian View of Culture"
  • 4/25/1988 - Walter Cottingham, "Life After Furman"
  • 4/25/1988 - Lee Fonklea, "Life After Furman"
  • 4/25/1988 - Victoria Jackson, "Life After Furman"
  • 4/25/1988 - Rondald McKinney, "Life After Furman"
  • 4/25/1988 - Susie Smith, "Life After Furman"
  • 4/27/1988 - Anthony Campolo, "Where Do We Find God?"
  • 9/27/1988 - Theron Price, "Jesus: Illusion and Reality"
  • 10/6/1988 - Roberta Nobleman, "Mary, the Mother of Jesus"
  • 10/11/1988 - James M. Wall, "Religious Themes in Recent Films"
  • 10/13/1988 - Jim Barnhart, "The Middle East: A Personal Perspective"
  • 10/13/1988 - Elizabeth Tykal, "The Middle East: A Personal Perspective"
  • 10/31/1988 - Katarina Katsarka Whitley, "Things That Go Bump in the Night"
  • 11/1/1988 - Akram Z. Barakat, "Jordan and the Modern Middle East"
  • 11/1/1988 - Charles Kimball, "Jerusalem: The City of Peace"
  • 11/2/1988 - Mubarak E. Awad, "Peace & Justice for Palestine"
  • 11/2/1988 - John West, "How America Relates to an Arab Government"
  • 11/3/1988 - L. H. McEachern, "Islam: Unraveling the Mystery of the Middle East"
  • 11/4/1988 - Paul Berg, "U.S.-Middle East Relations"
  • 11/15/1988 - Sarah Frances Anders, "From Liberation to Servanthood"
  • 3/16/1989 - Doris Blazer, "Hanna/Barbera's Caricature of the Bible"
  • 3/16/1989 - Helen Lee Turner, "Hanna/Barbera's Caricature of the Bible"
  • 3/21/1989 - Earle Labor, "Jack London: A Clinical Profile of Behavior in Excess"
  • 3/28/1989 - Pat Mullen, "Love in Excess / Unhealthy Relationships"
  • 4/4/1989 - Clarence Barton, "When Religion Gets Sick"
  • 4/18/1989 - Vigen Guroian, "The Political & Moral Legacy of Genocide"
  • 4/25/1989 - Wade Rowatt, "Workaholism"
  • 9/26/1989 - John A. Roper, Jr., "Attempting to Make a Difference"
  • 10/3/1989 - Marta Mauras, "Attempting to Make a Difference"
  • 10/10/1989 - Ann Green, "Attempting to Make a Difference"
  • 10/17/1989 - Kyle D. Matthews, "Attempting to Make a Difference"
  • 10/24/1989 - Jim Barnhart, "Attempting to Make a Difference"
  • 11/7/1989 - Jennie Smith, "Attempting to Make a Difference"
IV. 1990s
  • 3/13/1990 - Mary Lee James, "The New South Africa: A Return to "The Jungle"
  • 3/13/1990 - Fred Foy Strange, "Africa: Religion, Romance & the Reality"
  • 3/20/1990 - Nancy Bettis Crane, "Co-dependency: Taking Care of Everyone but Ourselves"
  • 3/20/1990 - Lynn McKnight Jones, "What About the Children"
  • 3/27/1990 - Robert Bogdan, "Freak Show: Presenting Human Oddities for Amusement & Profit"
  • 4/3/1990 - Rhett Bryson, "The Geek - An Illustrated Primer"
  • 4/3/1990 - Paul Kooistra, "Criminals as Heroes"
  • 4/10/1990 - B.O. Thomason, Jr., "A Legal Perspective on the Trial of Christ"
  • 4/17/1990 - Cardwell C. Nuckols, "Recovering the Fullness of Creation"
  • 4/17/1990 - Joseph Raincrow, "The Sacredness of Living with the Earth"
  • 4/18/1990 - Erazim Kohak, "Perceiving the Good: Viewing Nature"
  • 10/2/1990 - Ed Christman, "Shifting Gears: Life in the Fast Lane"
  • 10/2/1990 - Gary R. Gunderson, "Making Sense , Making Money, and Making Hope"
  • *10/9/1990 - Millard Fuller, "The Excitement of Building"
  • 10/16/1990 - Woody Hammett, Sexual Identity: A Journey Shared"
  • 10/23/1990 - Elaine Hickman, "The Reality of Maturity - What's the Process"
  • 10/23/1990 - David Shi, "What Happened to the Simple Life"
  • 3/19/1991 - Allen Diogenes, "A Christian Theology of Other Faiths"
  • 3/26/1991 - Charles Grose, "Reflections Along the Way: Furman, Kuwait, Iraq, and Home"
  • 3/26/1991 - Charles Kimball, "The Crisis in the Middle East: A Framework for Understanding"
  • 3/27/1991 - Alvin M. Sugarman, "The Jewish People, One Soul, One Heart, One Vision: Jewish Americans, Israel & Middle East"
  • 4/2/1991 - Elmer Berger, "Zion and Zionism"
  • 4/2/1991 - Andrew I. Kilgore, "The Middle East Future: Peace or More War?"
  • 4/8/1991 - Jim Wallis, "A Neither Just nor Holy War: Dissenting from the New World Order"
  • 4/9/1991 - Dawud Assad, "The Middle East Crisis: Muslim Concerns Here, There & Everywhere"
  • 4/9/1991 - Jonathan Kuttab, "Prospects for Peace in the Middle East: A Palestanian Perspective"
  • 4/10/1991 - Loulie L.O. Pettigrew, "When Furman Came to Greenville"
  • 10/1/1991 - Max McLean, "Mark's Gospel"
  • 10/8/1991 - David W. Potts, "AIDS: Medical Facts & Moral Reflections"
  • 10/15/1991 - Jeff Rogers, "The Dead Sea Scroll Scandal"
  • 10/22/1991 - Tom McCullough, "Democracy and the Public Good: A Vision of Moral Community"
  • 10/29/1991 - James Anderson, 'Traditional Indian Values and Christian Faith"
  • 11/5/1991 - Dale Auckerman, "Conscientious Objection to War"
  • 11/5/1991 - Bernard H. Lieving, "Conscientious Participation in War"
  • 3/17/1992 - Anthony Campolo, "Answering God's Radical Call While Living in the Real World"
  • 3/23/1992 - David A. Coleman, "Do You Know Who You Are?"
  • 3/23/1992 - Leon Howell, "Ethics in the Present Tense"
  • 3/24/1992 - Tom Turner, "The Fate of Prayer in the Modern World"
  • 3/31/1992 - Will Willimon, "Being a Christian in Greenville: Peculiar Politics"
  • 4/7/1992 - Eberhard and Renate Bethge, "Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Krystallnoight"
  • 4/7/1992 - Al Staggs, "A View from the Underside: The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer"
  • 9/22/1992 - David Beckman, "Hunger, the Global Economy and Faith"
  • 9/29/1992 - Steven M. Tipton, "The Search for the Self and Community in American Public Life"
  • 10/13/1992 - Oliver Thomas, "Church & State Issues: What Ever Happened to the First Amendment?"
  • 10/20/1992 - Richard Riley, "Confronting the Gridlock in Government"
  • 10/21/1992 - Leigh Kerney, "AIDS and Substance Abuse: Who's at Risk?"
  • 10/27/1992 - Bill Leonard, "Prospects and Predicaments: The Church and Ministry in America"
  • 3/23/1993 - Theron Price, "Tough Faith & Serious Whimsy: John Bunyan's Pilgrims' Progress"
  • 3/30/1993 - James Dunn, "Religion in American Public Life"
  • 4/5/1993 - Curt Cloninger, "Witnesses"
  • 4/6//1993 - Curt Cloninger, "When I Died Last Tuesday"
  • 4/7/1993 - Anthony Campolo, "How to Rescue the Earth Without Worshiping Nature"
  • 4/13/1993 - Harold W. Attridge, "Contemporary Images of Jesus"
  • 4/27/1993 - James W. McClendon, Jr., "The Rule of God: Creation! First Things Last"
  • 10/5/1993 - Keith Parks, "Mission in a World Without Borders"
  • 10/19/1993 - Susannah Heschel, "Jesus From Jew to Aryan: A Perversion of Christianity in the Name of Nazism"
  • 10/26/1993 - Ronald Young, "Can There Be A Lasting Peace In The Middle East"
  • 10/26/1993 - Ronald Young, "Jews, Christians, and Muslims Working Together for Peace: The Moral Imperatives and Challenges"
  • 11/2/1193 - Isam E. Ballenger, "Global Awareness in Ministry and Missions"
  • 3/15/1994 - Avi Granot, "The Middle East Peace Process: Where Do We Go From Here?"
  • 3/22/1994 - Karen Foreman, "Making Choices that Don't Make Sense: Moving Beyond Hopelessness and Powerlessness," on CD and cassette
  • 4/19/1994 - Max McLean, "Genesis"
  • 4/27/1994 - Frederick Wright, "The State of Race Relations in the US since the Death of MLK"
  • 9/27/1994 - Jennie Smith, "The Crisis in Haiti"
  • 10/3/1994 - Victor A. Greene, Jr., "What Really Matters"
  • 10/4/1994 - Logan Willis, "The Crisis in Africa"
  • 10/11/1994 - Alan Neely, "The Crisis in Cuba"
  • 10/25/1994 - Sharon Welch, "The Dreams of the Good: The Ethical and Political Imperative of Multi-Cultural Education"
  • 11/1/1994 - Daniel O. Aleshire, "The Hunt for Red October: Search for a Good Theological School"
  • 11/10/1994 - Theron D. Price, "Where in the World is the Church"
  • 1/10/1995 - Dallas Lee, "The Cotton Patch Evidence and the Life of Clarence Jordan"
  • 3/9/1995 - Theron D. Price, "What on Earth is Faith?"
  • 3/14/1995 - Anthony Campolo, "Doing Greater Things for God"
  • 3/21/1995 - Eric Mount, Jr., "The Idea of a Culture in Contemporary American University: Covenants, Contracts, and Collegial Communities"
  • 3/28/1995 - Nathan O. Hatch, "The Idea of a Culture in Contemporary American University"
  • 9/19/1995 - Glenn Hinson, "Preparing for Life on the Edge of a New Millennium"
  • 10/3/1195 - Tom Grassano, "Discovering Life's Purpose: Lessons from the South Bronx"
  • 10/17/1995 - Brent Walker, "Separation of Church and State: A Misunderstood Principle"
  • 10/25/1995 - Dennis Campbell, "Who Will Go for Us? The Future of Ministry"
  • 10/31/1995 - Anthony Andrews-Speed, "Change: A Difference, to be a Difference, Must Make a Difference"
  • 10/31/1995 - Anthony Andrews-Speed, "Dancing on the Razor's Edge: Awareness, Ethics, and the New Leadership"
  • 3/12/1996 - Ronald Young, "The Search for the Middle East Peace: Understanding New Opportunities and the Challenges of Religious Extremism"
  • 4/1/1996 - Kyle and Susan Matthews, "This Changes Everything: A Musical Story Telling"
  • 4/2/1996 - Dennis Dewey, "The Gospel of Mark"
  • 4/23/1996 - Pat Anderson, "God and Crime: Reflection on American Justice"
  • 11/4/1996 - Paul Duke, "Under Bridges and Stoves: The Travels and Returns of Theological Education"
  • 3/10/1997 - Al Staggs, "The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer"
  • 3/11/1997 - Leo Spitzer, "Refugeehood and the Holocaust," on CD and cassette
  • 9/29/1997 - Bill J. Leonard, "If Jesus Tarries: Profiling American Religion Toward a New Millennium"
  • 10/6/1997 - Anderson, Carol, "Relationships! What's Healty and What's Not!"
  • 10/6/1997 - Shores, Jim, "Relationships! What's Healty and What's Not!"
  • 10/13/1997 - Wendy Lehman, "Getting in the Way"
  • 11/2/1997 - Yehezkel Landau, "Sharing Jerusalem: The Spiritual and Political Challenges"
  • 11/3/1997 - Daniel G. Bagby, "Release for the Captives: The Challenge for the Church in Your Generation"
  • *1997 - Mira Kimmelman, "Nazi Germany: A Personal Story," on CD
  • 2/2/1998 - Glenn Hinson, "Horizontal Persons"
  • 3/9/1998 - Sharon Dowd, "The Concept of Self-Denial in the Gospel of Mark"
  • 3/10/1998 - Karl Heinz Walter, "The Future of the Christian Faith in Europe"
  • 4/6/1998 - Doug Berky, "Light in Darkness: A Series of Mime Vignettes"
  • 4/7/1998 - Doug Cummins, "Acts: Dramatic Interpretation"
  • 4/20/1998 - Charles M. Rosenberg, "Leonardo da Vinci and the Creative Art"
  • 4/27/1998 - Brita Gill-Austern, "Surviving: When the One Who Hurts You is Someone You Know"
  • 5/12/1998 - Detlev Dormeyer, "The Parable of the Good Samaritan"
  • 9/28/1998 - Carol Anderson, "Love, Relationships, etc…"
  • 9/28/1998 - Jim Shores, "Love, Relationships, etc…"
  • 10/12/1998 - Nick Weber, "Earth, Sweet Earth"
  • 10/26/1998 - Brent Walker, "Church & State on Campus: Learning to Exercise Our Rights While Respecting Others"
  • 1/19/1999 - Vernon Burton, "The Life & Legacy of Banjamin Mays"
  • 1/26/1999 - John Porter, "The Life & Legacy of Martin Luther King"
  • 2/1/1999 - Richard Swingle, "John Woolman: A Clear Landing"
  • 3/8/1999 - James C. VanderKam, "The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible"
  • 9/28/1999 - Doug Cummins, "Acts: A Dramatic Interpretation"
  • 10/5/1999 - Patrick Mullen, "Healthy & Sick Communities: A Psychiatric Perspective"
  • 10/12/1999 - Jonathan Grieser, "The Terror of Time: The Formation of Apocalyptic Communities"
  • 10/14/1999 - Fil Anderson, "The Spiritual Dimensions of Communities: Reflections on Henri Nouwen"
  • 10/19/1999 - James Crenshaw, "The Shaping of character Within an Old Testament Community: Insights for Today"
  • 11/8/1999 - Greg Jones, "Leadership within the Christian Community"
V. 2000s
  • 3/14/2000 - Alan Culpepper, "Jews & the Christians in the Fourth Gospel"
  • 3/21/2000 - Sr. Helen Prejean, "Dead Man Walking - The Journey"
  • 3/28/2000 - Wade Clark Roof, "Looking for a Spiritual Community Today"
  • 4/3/2000 - Rita N. Brock, "The Death of Jesus, the Roman Empire and the Economy of Salvation"
  • 4/11/2000 - Dominic Vachon, "The Y2Caring Problem: The Resurrection of Caring for the New Millenium"
  • 4/17/2000 - Mary-Mitchell Campbell, "Early One Morning"
  • 4/17/2000 - Cindi Marchionda, "Early One Morning"
  • 4/25/2000 - Robert J. Baker, "Sign, Symbol and the Sacred"
  • 4/28/2000 - John Cothran, "Introduction of David Shi"
  • 4/28/2000 - David Shi, "Dr. David Shi's Address"
  • 4/30/2000 - Dan Aleshire, "Dr. Dan Aleshire's Address"
  • 4/30/2000 - Don Flowers, "Introduction to Dan Aleshire"
  • 9/19/2000 - Elaine Nocks, "Developing a Dynamic Faith"
  • 9/19/2000 - Jeff Rogers, "Developing a Dynamic Faith"
  • 10/3/2000 - Lisa Wagner, "Haunted by God: The Life of Dorothy Day"
  • 10/10/2000 - Stan Hastey, "Campaign 2000: Religion's Rightful Role"
  • 10/23/2000 - Krister Stendahl, "What Was Jesus' Top Priority"
  • 11/2/2000 - Claudia Stevens, "An Evening with Madame F"
  • 11/6/2000 - Wayne Stacy, "If Seminary is so Good fo You, Then Why is My Pastor So Bad?"
  • 11/14/2000 - Marc Wilson, "Toward Building the Beloved Community"
  • 3/20/2001 - David O'Connor, "Ancient Wisdom & Modern Love: What Students Learn From the Greeks"
  • 3/27/2001 - Bill Leonard, "American Spirituality"
  • 4/3/2001 - Anthony Campolo, "A Dialogue on Sexuality"
  • 4/3/2001 - Peggy Campolo, "A Dialogue on Sexuality"
  • 4/9/2001 - Al Staggs, "Agents of Grace: The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer"
  • 4/10/2001 - Al Staggs, "Agents of Grace: The Legacy of Oscar Romero"
  • 4/17/2001 - Nick Weber, "and Jesus Laughed"
  • 4/24/2001 - Adalberto Cuellar, "Life, Faith and Hope: A Cuban Perspective"
  • 4/24/2001 - Ena Garcia, "Life, Faith and Hope: A Cuban Perspective"
  • 10/2/2001 - Linda Bartlett, "Fully Human, Fully Alive: A Holistic Approach to Life and Learning"
  • 10/2/2001 - Vic Greene, "Fully Human, Fully Alive: A Holistic Approach to Life and Learning"
  • 10/2/2001 - Si Pearman, "Fully Human, Fully Alive: A Holistic Approach to Life and Learning"
  • 10/2/2001 - Boyd Yarborough, "Fully Human, Fully Alive: A Holistic Approach to Life and Learning"
  • 10/9/2001 - William Baker, "Playing with God: How Religious Folks Learned to Embrace Modern Sport"
  • 10/16/2001 - John Crabtree, "The New Campus: When Furman Moved From Greenville"
  • 10/16/2001 - Ted Ellett, "The New Campus: When Furman Moved From Greenville"
  • 10/16/2001 - A. V. Huff, "The New Campus: When Furman Moved From Greenville"
  • 10/16/2001 - Joe King, "The New Campus: When Furman Moved From Greenville"
  • 10/16/2001 - Bea Plyler, "The New Campus: When Furman Moved From Greenville"
  • 10/22/2001 - Joe Roberts, "What Really Matters"
  • 10/30/2001 - Charles Page, "Somewhere Between Bedlam and Bethlehem: A Personal Perspective on the Holy Land"
  • 11/12/2001 - Marion Soards, "Why Bother With Theological Studies"
  • 3/12/2002 - Helen Lee Turner, "What Really Matters?"
  • 3/19/2002 - David Smith, "Dealing with Tragedy"
  • 3/25/2002 - Kyle Matthews, "Creativity, Commerce & Christian Commitment"
  • 3/26/2002 - Kyle Matthews, "Ending the Worship Wars"
  • 4/9/2002 - A. V. Huff, "Defining Moments: Lessons from Furman's History"
  • 4/16/2002 - Jeff Rogers, "Breaking Up is Hard To Do: Baptists and Furman"
  • 4/30/2002 - Pam Cole, "Law & Grace: The Tension Between Legality & God's Love"
  • 4/30/2002 - Ed Kelaher, "Law & Grace: The Tension Between Legality & God's Love"
  • 4/30/2002 - Neil Rabon, "Law & Grace: The Tension Between Legality & God's Love"
  • 10/1/2002 - Doug Cummins, "Acts: A Dramatic Interpretation"
  • 10/8/2002 - Ken Young, "Pentecostals: DUI-Disciples Under the Influence"
  • 10/22/2002 - Brent Walker, "Contemporary Issues at the Intersection of Church and State: A Baptist Perspective"
  • *10/28/2002 - Arun Gandhi, "Peace, Harmony, and Respect for Humankind"
  • 10/29/2002 - Francis Kline, "Why Monks? Then & Now"
  • 11/5/2002 - Max Carter, "Beyond Oatmeal Icons: The Relevance of Quaker Testimony Today"
  • 3/11/2003 - Kevin Treu, "What Really Matters?"
  • 3/17/2003 - Chip Allsopp, "The Delight of Beauty and Beauty's Delight in the Song of Songs"
  • 3/18/2003 - Fahed Abu Akel, "On Jordan's Stormy Banks: Palestinian Christianity and the Middle East Conflict"
  • 3/25/2003 - Kathleen Cannon, "How Spirituality Differs From Religion"
  • *4/1/2003 - Bob Jones, "Christianity: Lost Among the American Ruins"
  • 4/8/2003 - Martin Marty, "The American Religious Landscape: Baptists and Other Believers"
  • 4/29/2003 - Paco Rodes, "A Spirituality of Resistance: A Cuban Christian Perspective"
  • 11/3/2003 - Greg Jones
  • 3/30/2004 - Mark Roche, "The Three-Fold Value of a Liberal Arts Education"
  • 4/5/2004 - Alan Culpepper, "The Passion Movie: A Panalogue Discussion"
  • 4/5/2004 - Jeff Rogers, "The Passion Movie: A Panalogue Discussion"
  • 4/15/2004 - Mikeal Parson, "Raising Up Abraham's Children from Stones: The (Dis-)Connection Between Outer Appearance and Moral Character in Luke's Writings"
  • 4/21/2004 - Kelly Clem, "Hope in the Midst of the Storm"
  • 10/12/2004 - Mark Adams, "Presbyterian Border Ministeries in Agyua Prieta, Mexico"
  • 10/28/2004 - Albert Blackwell, "Panelogue, The Role of Faith in Politics"
  • 10/28/2004 - Jim Guth, "Panelogue, "The Role of Faith in Politics"
  • 10/28/2004 - Glenn Halva-Nuebauer, "Panelogue, The Role of Faith in Politics"
  • 10/28/2004 - Elaine Nocks, "Panelogue, The Role of Faith in Politics"
  • 1/20/2005 - Anthony Campolo
  • 3/14/2005 - Don Saliers, "Beauty and Terror…"
  • 4/5/2005 - Manuel Delgado, "Faith and Perseverance in Cuba: A Personal Story"
  • 5/3/2005 - Paul Spong, "Exposing the Bible's Texts of Hate to Discover the God of Love"
  • 11/7/2005 - Paul Loeb, "Soul of a Citizen; Living with Conviction in a Cynical Time"
  • 11/15/2005 - Ousama Arabi, ""Comtemporary Islam: Religious and Legal Aspects"
  • 1/27/2006 - Lauren Winner, "Ten Lies the Church Tells About Sex"
  • 3/13/2006 - Luther Smith, "Radical Discipleship in a Conservative Era"
  • 10/8/2006 - Todd Farley, "Mimeistry: The idea of art and it's association with how it participates with our spiritual formation," on CD
  • 10/26/2006 - Bill Bellinger, "What Really Matters," on CD
  • 3/8/2007 - Bart Ehrman, "The recently discovered gospel of Judas Iscariot," on CD
  • 3/8/2007 - Jerome Neyrey, "Honoring the Dishonored," on CD
  • 4/10/2007 - Francisco Ayala, "Darwinism & Intelligent Design," on CD
  • 9/20/2007 - Brian McLaren, "Beyond Absolutism, Pluralism, and Relativism," on CD
  • 1/14/2008 - Mark Driscoll, "Sending Us Forth: The Eucharist and Society Justice," on CD
  • 1/14/2008 - Philip Yancey, "Puzzles in Search of Solution," on CD
  • 3/17/2008 - Randall Balmer, "Keep the Faith: Recliaming Christianity from the Religious Right," on CD
  • 3/19/2009 - Marcus Borg, "Telling the Story of Jesus," on CD
  • 4/16,2009 - Tony Jones, "The New Christians: Dispatches from the Emergent Frontier," on CD
  • 9/29/2009 - Miroslav Volf, "The Pope and the Prince," on CD
  • 10/5/2009 - Shane Claiborne, "Resurrecting Church," on CD
  • 10/29/2009 - Marion Soards, "What Really Matters," on CD
  • 10/18/2010 - Yahya Hendi, "Islam Within: What Islam Really Says about Jihad and Women, War and Peace," on CD
  • 10/19/2010 - David Gandolfo, "What Really Matters"
VI. Unknown Date
  • Samuel Proctor, "The Quest for Relevance"