PHPC Talk Series Topic for Spring 2015: Faith and the Media
The spring 2015 PHPC Talk Series will continue its Thursday evening dinner and speaker series, beginning on February 12 at 6:30 p.m.
The spring speakers will engage in the topic of faith and the media, exploring the relationship between religious institutions and conversation in the public square:
What role do religious institutions play in shaping the conversation in the public square?
What role do journalists play as a critique on faith?
How has the interaction between faith and the media changed?
What role does new technology affect the way that we engage and respond to issues?
The PHPC Talk Series promotes connecting our Christian faith with our community life, inviting important thinkers and public leaders to discuss some of the most pressing civic and ethical issues facing the city of Dallas and our nation.
A season pass for all three evenings is $25; individual tickets are $10.
- Online using the form below
- By phone 214-368-6348, ext. 252.
- At the Atrium counter
All are welcome!
MARCH 26 • 6:30 P.M.
WILLIAM MCKENZIE, EDITORIAL DIRECTOR AT THE GEORGE W. BUSH INSTITUTE
William McKenzie is editorial director for the George W. Bush Institute, where he also is participating in a school accountability project. Before joining the Bush Institute, the Fort Worth native served 22 years as an editorial columnist for the Dallas Morning News. At The News, he wrote often about politics, education, religion and water policy and led the Texas Faith blog. McKenzie has served as Pulitzer Prize juror, on the board of a homeless organization and on governing committees of a Dallas Independent School District campus. He also is an elder of the First Presbyterian Church in Dallas, where he lives with his wife and their twin children.
Talk Series General Information
PHPC's Talk Series events are open to members, guests, and the general community. The cost for the delicious catered lunch or dinner is $10. Dinners are held in Jubilee Hall and feature a noted speaker. The events begin at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets: Tickets are available at the Atrium counter two Sundays before the Thursday event. You can also use the reservation line (214-368-6348, ext. 252). Call in your name and number of $10 tickets desired, then mail your check (payable to PHPC) to PHPC, Attention: PHPC Talk Series, 9800 Preston Rd, Dallas, TX, 75230. Online registration is available below.
Questions? Contact David Gafford at 214-505-7070, or leave a message at 214-368-6348, ext. 252.
For directions and parking information, visit www.phpc.org/maps