Our society is more divided than ever. How can believers respectfully engage with others while staying true to the Gospel?
In 2016, Tim Keller and John Inazu posed that exact question in a thought-provoking article that laid the foundation for their book Uncommon Ground: Living Faithfully in a World of Difference (Thomas Nelson, 2020). Now they are partnering once more with Christianity Today to equip believers to walk in humility, patience, and tolerance as they engage with those whose beliefs are radically different from their own.
Join us for this one-of-a-kind online event in which 12 respected Christian thought-leaders, including Keller and Inazu, share their powerful stories and perspectives on the most divisive issues of our day, including race, politics, peace-making, and so much more. Learn how to embrace the hope and confidence in the gospel while loving your neighbor in this anxious age.
More About the Featured Contributors
- Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City
- John Inazu, professor of law and religion at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri
- Tish Harrison Warren, writer, essayist, and Anglican priest at Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- Lecrae, recording artist, songwriter, and record producer
- Sara Groves, singer and songwriter
- Trillia Newbell, director of community outreach for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention
- Claude Richard Alexander Jr, senior pastor of The Park Church in Charlotte, North Carolina
- Kristen Deede Johnson, professor of theology and Christian formation at Western Theological Seminary
- Tom Lin, president of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
- Shirley V. Hoogstra, president of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
- Rudy Carrasco, program officer for the Murdock Charitable Trust and past board member of the Christian Community Development
- Warren Kinghorn, professor of psychiatry and theology at Duke University
- John Hendrix (moderator), author/illustrator of children’s books and professor of art at Washington University in St. Louis