This is at least three and a half portions of awesome sauce: a conference dedicated to a set of Hilbert-like problems for the philosophy of religion from a widely distributed piece of Plantinga samizdat.
The conference is organized by friend-of-the-blog Trent Dougherty and the indefatigable Francis Beckwith (co-directors of Baylor's Institute for Studies of Religion) and will include talks by Plantinga, Bradley Monton, Brian Leftow, Hud Hudson, Elizabeth Burns, Lorraine Keller, Robin Collins, Richard Swinburne, and William Lane Craig.
With the overdue deadlines I've stacked up, my brain would explode if I went, but some of my students are hoping to be there. You can pre-register here. It's fifty-five bucks, which includes the workshop registration and two free lunches. Money well spent.