People of faith differ on how much concern we should pay to the culture at hand, questioning what good can we really do engaging in a broken world. Can we really make a significant difference? Does God share these concerns? Every generation must answer these questions in the same way
Eighty percent of Americans live in cities, providing numerous opportunities for people of faith to work together to advance the common good. This panel will feature Rev. Ebony Small - a creator of Movement Day, an organization seeking to advance the gospel in New York City and Duncan McFadzean, a
Who or what deems an idea legitimate? Many people of faith think because their ideas are true, everyone should listen, pay attention, and do as they suggest. Malcolm Gladwell helps us understand how the process by which ideas are debated, opinions are formed, and a process is communicated can have
In a globalized world where ideas, religions and ethnic groups collide, the question remains, can we find a way through? Even former President Bill Clinton recently remarked, “We only have one remaining bigotry. We don’t want to be around anybody who disagrees with us.” In this talk, historian and
Efrem Smith explains and makes a case for why self discovery is a gateway for breaking down racial barriers and divides.