Join us on Tuesday, September 26 for our first Dean’s Forum of the academic year!
It is an all-too-obvious truth that we live in an age of polarization. Ours is a time that thinks far more about what makes us different from each other than what binds us together. Our disagreements run deep, and by most accounts are getting worse rather than better. How did we get here? How should the church think about diversity in and with the Biblical claim about the unity-in-diversity of the created order and its reflections in the life of the church? What differences make a difference and what exactly is the relation between unity and difference? These are some of the questions to be addressed in the forum by speaker, Dr. Richard Lints, Senior Distinguished Professor of Theology.
Dr. Adonis Vidu, Andrew Mutch Distinguished Professor of Theology, will give a response.
The Dean’s Forum discussion is free and is open to the public. Registration is only required for those who are planning to attend in person. Lunch will be provided to those who RSVP to attend in person.