Veritas Forums are university events that engage students and faculty in discussions about life's hardest questions and the relevance of Jesus Christ to all of life. The forums are created by local university students, professors, and ministers while shaped and guided by the national Veritas Forum team. Veritas began at Harvard University in 1992 when a visiting student
at the Harvard Divinity School, Kelly Monroe, observed that many of her
fellow students felt isolated in their search for meaning and truth.
This sense of disconnection was particularly striking in contrast with
what she learned about Harvard’s spiritual history. As she read these accounts of lives changed and true life found, Kelly
wondered: Why not gather these humble and bright believers in person
and invite the whole university to join in, exploring our questions in
relation to veritas—knowable in and through the life of Jesus Christ? ~ Site's "About" The Veritas Forum's sites features well organized audio recordings of hundreds of talks and exchanges between eminent thinkers on "life's hardest questions".