IntelliGen 1st Annual Conference on Religion & Violence: April 11, 2015, Moravian Theological Seminary

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The 1st Annual IntelliGen

Conference on Religion & Violence

9:00am – 4:30 pm* |Saturday, April 11, 2015  

The Bahnson Center at Moravian Theological Seminary

60 West Locust Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018



9am Registration/Continental Breakfast Social (provided)

10am U.S. War Culture, Sacrifice and Salvation Kelly Denton-Borhaug, Moravian College, Dept. of Religious Studies

1045am Economic Theologies and Sectarian Conflict James West, Moravian College, Dept. of Economics

1130am Battered Gospel Syndrome: Does the Bible Condone Violence Against Women? Laura Novick, Moravian Theological Seminary, Dept. of Theology

1215pm Break for Lunch (not provided) & Reconvene by 110pm

115pm The Religiosity of Drone Warfare Steve Simmons, Moravian Theological Seminary, Dept. of Theology

2pm Terrorism’s Theological Agenda: Apocalypse Now! Sundar J.M. Brown, Moravian Theological Seminary, Dept. of Theology

245pm Generative Violence and the Scapegoating of the Innocent Robin Hannig, Moravian Theological Seminary, Dept. of Theology

330pm Panel Discussion, Q&A w/Respondents

 *Walk-ins Welcome At Any Time Throughout The Day; RSVP Appreciated But Not Required


About Sundar JM Brown

A University of Pennsylvania-trained South Asianist, Seminary-educated Theologian, and Intelligence Community Professional, Sundar J.M. Brown specializes in analysis of Theoterrorism, Counterterrorism and HUMINT Operations. His regional focuses include terror groups/acts in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Philippines, the Middle East and Africa. His primary expertise is Theoterrorism, the intersection of Terrorism and Theology. His present research focuses on apocalyptic themes in terrorist ideologies and on the theological components informing the radicalization and deradicalization of Violent Religious Extremists and Militants. He is the Founder and Director of the IntelliGen Conference on Religion & Violence. *Sundar's Twiter: @SundarJMBrown *Sundar's YouTube Channel: *Sundar's Blog:
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