Engaging Evangelicals in Campus Interfaith Work: Session 1 (for Christian Campuses)

October 26, 2017 / best for: anyone studying or working at a Christian-affiliated college or university in the United States

Interfaith work is based on engaging religious and non-religious communities around issues of common concern. Evangelicals are one of the most diverse and growing groups in the United States today. As interfaith groups on college and university campuses look to mobilize students and grow their impact, it is important for them to think critically about how to best engage evangelical Christians and support their interfaith leadership. Join faculty members from Bethel University and the co-authors of “From Bubble to Bridge: Educating Christians for a Multifaith World” for a discussion about effective ways to involve evangelical Christians in interfaith work. This is the first of two sessions on the same topic; this session is geared toward those studying and/or working at Christian-affiliated campuses.

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Engaging Evangelicals in Campus Interfaith Work: Session 2 (for Non-Christian Campuses)

November 2, 2017 / best for: anyone studying or working at a college or university that is not Christian-affiliated

Join faculty members from Bethel University and the co-authors of “From Bubble to Bridge: Educating Christians for a Multifaith World” for a discussion about effective ways to involve evangelical Christians in interfaith work on campus. This is the second of two sessions on the same topic; this session is geared toward those studying and/or working at campuses that are not affiliated with Christian traditions.

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