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EA for Christians and Virginia Theological Seminary will hold the first-ever academic workshop on Christianity and longtermism: the ethical view that influencing the long-term future of humanity is the top moral priority of our time, or at least among the key moral priorities. This will occur adjacent to EACH's annual conference.

We welcome philosophers, economists, theologians, and interested graduate students to register.



We are pleased to welcome:

  • Leora Urim Sung, a fellow at the Forethought Foundation for Global Priorities Research, which works in close collaboration with the Global Priorities Institute (Oxford). Leora’s research is linked here.
  • Eric Sampson, assistant professor of philosophy at Purdue University. Eric’s research is linked here.
  • Dustin Crummett, Executive Director of the Insect Institute, lecturer in the Department of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs at the University of Washington Tacoma.  Dustin’s research is linked here.

We are keen to add more presenters!

We are accepting abstracts for papers until April 1 (topics and submission guidelines on our event page. Submit abstract here)

Sub Topics:

Possible topics include but are not limited to:

population ethics, eschatology, existential risk, time discounting, decision theory, axiology, virtue, The Good, duties toward future people, utilitarianism, consequentialism, infinite ethics, or perspectives on any of the above from any Christian tradition.


We welcome philosophers, economists, theologians, and interested graduate students.

We are expecting 20-30 people in attendance. The workshop will be read ahead. Papers will be distributed in May.

More Details:

See here for our event page.

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