Date: Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Location: Tate 473
Note about Covid protocols: We will follow UGA recommendations related to masks while indoors. While we will not require masks, we do encourage masks while inside Tate and begin to gather in the meeting room. Obviously as we eat and sit around tables, we don’t expect those who choose to attend the meeting to wear a mask. Our lunches we serve will be all pre-packaged items.
The speaker for the next CFF meeting will be UGA Law professor Nathan Chapman. The title of his talk will be “Courts, Culture, and the Christian Response.” Nathan was named the Pope F. Brock Associate Professor in Professional Responsibility at the University of Georgia School of Law in 2020. He teaches courses in constitutional law, procedure and legal ethics, and he writes on due process of law and law and religion. He holds degrees in law and theology from Duke University. An abstract of his talk is below.
Abstract: In the past ten years, the Supreme Court has decided a number of very controversial cases about “religious accommodations.” This talk will provide an overview of these cases, explain the cultural political changes that are driving them, and discuss ways that Christians might respond to those changes.
A light lunch will be served to everyone who send in their RVP by 5 pm, Tuesday, October 5 by filling out the form below.