“Religious Liberty — for All” A New Wine Conference

Uncommon God, Common Good | 12/6/2019 | Staff
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What does religious liberty mean in our increasingly pluralistic society? We explore this and more at New Wine, New Wineskins’ upcoming conference “Religious Liberty—for All.” The conference will take place on Friday, March 14, 2020 at Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon.

The question of religious liberty is a contentious one in our current culture. Often discussions of religious liberty have the connotation of applying to one religious group, but not others. What would religious liberty “for all” look like in our pluralistic society? How can Christians expect people of other faith traditions and ideological perspectives in our increasingly diverse culture to respect our desire for religious liberty if we do not respect theirs? What if Evangelical Christians were known more for being for others and to bless human flourishing than for being against those who think differently? These are exceedingly difficult and challenging questions.

Keynote - Speaker - President - National - Association

Our keynote speaker is the president of the National Association of Evangelicals, Leith Anderson....
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