"Evolution and Atheism"

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The 2006 Inaugural Richard Connell Lecture
Professor Alvin Plantinga University of Notre Dame
Thursday, February 23, 2006 - 4:15pm
Maginnes Hall Room 102

Arrested in 1991 and sentenced to death row for a murder he did not commit, Mr. Krone refused to believe the legal system would convict him. Ray was imprisoned for more than a decade and continued to fight through many appeals until with the help of attorney Alan Simpson he was able to convince an appeals court that DNA pointed to someone else.  Krone became the 100th person to be exonerated from death row since 1973. He has traveled throughout the US and Europe, telling his story to audiences that invariably are profoundly moved by the ordeal he survived.

Free and open to the public

Co-sponsored by the Chaplain's Office, Humanities Center, Progressive Student Alliance and the Witness to Innocence Project