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Subtopic 2: A Proposed Christian Approach to Political Discourse (October 2017)

Leading Questions:  What are the reasons for the current appalling state of political discourse that often leads to demonization of the other, name-calling, questioning of motives and broken relationships? What are the characteristics of a constructive political discourse from a Christian perspective? What does it mean for Christians to love their enemies in politics?

Conversation Partners: 

  • Harold Heie, Senior Fellow, The Colossian Forum 
  • Gregory Williams, Ph. D. Student, Duke University Divinity School 

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