June 10, 2021
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Amanda Henderson: Faith and Democracy
Thursday, June 10, 2021
Where do religious beliefs and practices intersect with democracy? Is there anything we can learn about efforts to live together across differences from divergent religious communities? What is the true, complicated story about religious pluralism in American founding and history? And finally, can the principles of religious pluralism in action give us better, more resilient framework for a democratic pluralism in America?
Join Amanda Henderson, Director of the Institute for Religion, Politics & Culture at Iliff as she brings local commentators from different perspectives---Iliff faculty member the Reverend Dr. Jennifer Leath, and the president of the Denver Seminary, Dr. Mark Young--- to explore the history (and possible futures) of religion and the democratic tradition in America.