Faith & Votes

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September 14, 5:30 PM

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The world is buzzing with issues and questions of human rights, global public health, climate change, the education system…, and all in an election year. How should people of Christian faith think about these issues that face our country and the world? Duke Professor of Political Science Kyle Beardsley and Founder and Director of the Institute for Public Trust Frank Hill will discuss how their Christian faith informs their engagement as voters. They will share why they have in some cases reached different conclusions in terms of the causes and individuals they support, but they also will explore the common ground that they share on the basis of their religious convictions.

Co-sponsored with Duke University’s Program in American Grand Strategy, Christ Central Church, Church of the Apostles, the Center for Christianity and Scholarship, and Duke RUF.

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZckceGrqDgoGt2upduJP_WyinKhq4SPfW_S

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Date/Time
Date - 09/14/20
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

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