Lectures are boring. But debates, interviews, workshops, and interactive talks are not. There's nothing I like more than to talk with people about philosophical problems and solutions. I'm active in giving interviews and talks at private schools, universities, and church settings. In particular, I am available
to lead workshops on ethics education
to participate in debates or panels
to present on topics in my expertise, including public ethics, viewpoint diversity, philosophical theology, and fake news
"Brilliant, and thought-provoking, Justin's address to our group of Fellows on Mis/Disinformation challenged us to fight the fake news epidemic we find ourselves entrenched in. Justin's style of keeping his presentation to a discussion style, rather than a lecture, kept our audience of 30 engaged throughout the experience. The entire Allelo team would recommend him to anyone looking for a speaker on the subject of fake news."
The day fed into my soul as a follower of Jesus and my heart as a Christian Educator. Thank you!"
"The method of "how" we teach needs to be tied to a philosophical anchor that encourages students to strive for a deeper truth."
"This was the most soul-replenishing and nourishing day that we've had. (And I've been to a lot...)"
"This is the best spiritual retreat day I can remember in my long tenure at Minnehaha Academy."
Here is what conference attendees had to say:
"You are a great speaker and I really liked how you include everybody and how you make the conversations interesting and fun to participate in."
- 8th grade student
"Thank you so much for coming and talking to us about ethics. I loved talking and laughing with my class while you were there."
- 7th grade student