The Boundaries of Belief

Anthony Weber —  January 2, 2013 — Leave a comment
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A couple weeks ago, I had the privilege of being part of panel discussion with Cross Talk North in Traverse City, MI.

“The Boundaries ofBelief” aired on Up North TV during the last week of December, and will be available online until around the end of January.  Cross Talk North was aiming for a variety of opinions on the role of faith in American culture, and they got it:  Islam, Buddhism, atheism, Judaism, and Christianity all had a voice in the discussion.

If you care to watch, you may be surprised at some of the viewpoints. I would love to hear what you think about not only the topic, but also the way in which the different panelists presented their case (and I do not exempt myself from your critique). For the record, I (Anthony Weber) am the guy on the front left, looking slightly awkward and wondering why I had to be so close to the camera.

CrossTalk North – The Boundaries of Belief, Part 1

CrossTalk North – The Boundaries of Belief, Part 2

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Anthony graduated from Cedarville University in 1995 with a degree in English Education, and from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary in Newburgh, Indiana in 2004 with a Master's Degree in Theology and Philosophy. Anthony is a husband and father of three, an author ("Learning to Jump Again"), high school and college teacher, pastor, blogger (tcapologetics.org, empiresandmangers.blogspot.com), and co-founder of etcetera, a "street-level philosophy group" in Traverse City, Michigan.