Is Faith Under Attack? A Conversation about Civil Rights and Religious Liberty
What: Is Faith Under Attack? A Conversation about Civil Rights and Religious Liberty
Where: Shelton Auditorium, Christian Theological Seminary, 1000 W 42nd St. Indianapolis
When: Wednesday, December 2nd, 7:00p.m.
Discussion will focus on questions such as: Does religious freedom necessarily conflict with LGBT rights? How should people of faith handle rapid social change? Why do some Christians object to protecting LGBT rights? Are people of faith really being forced to violate their moral conscience? Can the church help a diverse society find ways to live in harmony? What is the role of religion in political and legislative debates? Is there a way to ensure freedom for all?
Panelists: Dr. Kevin R. Baird, field director, Indiana Pastors Alliance; Dr. Matthew Boulton, president of Christian Theological Seminary; Rev. Andrew Hunt, III, senior pastor, New Life Community Church; Rabbi Sandi Sasso, Beth-El Zedeck, and Dr. David Wright, president of Indiana Wesleyan University.
Registration is FREE but REQUIRED: https://tickets.indystar.com/