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Philosophers Café: 1st – Is Christian Nationalism on the Rise?

We hear rumblings. Christian Nationalism is on the rise. Have we seen churches and Christians (and other religious people) engage social ills, protest and march, and lobby out of religious conviction to bring about change? A key example is the Civil Rights Movement that took hold in the 1960s in the USA and in Canada. We begin this two-part conversation revisiting the Civil Rights Movement and re-examining how religious ideas, narratives, songs and institutions were central in addressing the disease of racism and the dangers of white supremacy. How was religion at work in the significant changes brought about by this movement? How does it differ from the Christian Nationalist ideology now challenging a number of liberal democratic countries?

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Instructor Info

David Goa

Award-winning scholar, author, and teacher in stimulating conversations on today’s issues.

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Class Info

DateJanuary 19
Time1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Availability20 Spots Available
LocationTillie’s Café

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