Church and Society: Living by Hope in a Secular Age
In today’s post-Christian era, the church’s place and voice are often disregarded by American society. The political and cultural landscape at times conflicts with the moral vision of Christianity — a vision increasingly deemed a threat to the public good. Political disagreement, social ills, moral decay and disillusionment challenge the church to speak and act. But how? In this symposium, plenaries and sectionals will explore how our hope — our Christian hope in a healed and new Creation — can better shape our engagement and witness with culture and society.