Tradition and the Constitution (October 20)

Here's an event announcement that will interest readers of First Things in the New York area. On Thursday evening, October 20, Stanford Law Professor Michael McConnell (left) will deliver a lecture, “Tradition and the Constitution,” to inaugurate the Tradition Project, a new research initiative of the St. John's University Center for Law and Religion. Continue Reading »

Uncertain Dissonance

On Thursday, First Things will be hosting a musical performance and art talk, “Microtonality and the Fragmented Face.” Fragmentation, the breakdown of the unities and coherences that make the world intelligible, is one of the great themes of contemporary life. Our understanding of the world is . . . . Continue Reading »

The Icon Painter

What is the role of the icon painter? We can only begin to answer this question by turning to the fact of the Incarnation—“And the word was made flesh and dwelt among us” (John 1:14). Christ is the “icon of the invisible God” (Col. 1:15). It is because the second person of the Trinity . . . . Continue Reading »

Upcoming Events—1.28.16

From the Art of the Beautiful lecture series, to summer seminars organized by the Elm Institute, we've got you covered for events coming up in NYC and beyond.

Upcoming Events—10.30.15

New York: The Art of the Beautiful Lecture Series: “Art, the Beautiful, and the True Good in Dante's Purgatorio” November 7, 7:30 pm Now in its third year, this lecture series is being held at the Catholic Center at New York University. Lectures will be followed by a reception and sung . . . . Continue Reading »