Wednesday's talks: Donniel Hartman "Do I have to believe in God to be a good Jew?" was very interesting and thought-provoking; more to come. And Yitz Greenberg "The nature of faith in an age of absolute divine hiddenness and total human responsibility" was a little hard to follow; I'll see what I can distill later maybe.
Thursday morning: "Faith and reason", Donniel Hartman and then chevruta study. He talked a lot about the Rambam (with a little Ramban in the later study). I plan to write more about this, but some tidbits: reasoon is not the same thing as rationality, and (per Rambam) if religion seems incompatible with rationality you don't understand Torah (not "science is wrong").
The program so far is suitably intellectual for me (perhaps even a bit too much). There will be other experiences too, so it'll be a nice blend.