Each Tuesday at 10:00am PST the Cobb Institute community gathers to hear presentations from prominent scholars across a wide variety of fields, all of whom align with the vision of the Institute in one way or another. These gatherings are also a time for lively discussion between community members and the presenter(s), with space for Q&A following the presentation.
Here are some highlights from the past two years to provide a snapshot of the various topics and themes which have been explored. Visit our YouTube channel to view a small sample of the presentations that we have enjoyed. To access our archive of Cobb & Friends recordings, visit the meeting recordings page.
Interview with Jay McDaniel
Love Beyond Belief
The Web of Meaning: An Integration of Modern Science with Traditional Wisdom
Facing Apocalypse: Climate, Democracy, and Other Last Chances
World Loyalty as Local Loyalty: Localization and the Economics of Happiness
David Ray Griffin
Reinhold Niebuhr and the Question of Global Democracy
Why play the cello in a suffering, unjust world?
Islamic Process Theology
Process, Hip Hop, and Afro-Futurism
Dreaming Together: On Whitehead & Jung
Thinking Cosmologically in an Ecological Civilization
Asia's Climate Optimism: Toward Carbon Neutrality
On Being Muslim in America
Thomas Jay Oord
Open and Relational Theology
Earth Charter’s Gifts for the Planet
Bradley Shavit Artson
Revelation and Creativity