We believe that knowledge and cultural change are catalyzed by gospel conversation in public discourse. Such conversations are essential for today’s leaders as well as for leaders of the next generation.
As an initiative of the Center for Christianity and Scholarship, every et Religio Dinner helps fund similar engagements for students and faculty in Triangle-area universities.
et Religio Dinners bring people together to enjoy a three-course meal while exploring Christian and other dimensions of a topic facing society. Participants will have an opportunity to listen to expert panelists and then to discuss the topic of the night among themselves at their dinner table of 8-10 guests.
Each table conversation aims to have three segments: comprehension (understanding the topic and what is at stake), analysis (how differing worldviews view the topic), and action (how do differing worldviews respond).
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