Join us for a thought-provoking Faith and Democracy event, where we will shed light on the pressing issue of Christian nationalism and its threat to our democracy. This event will take place on March 7, 2024, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm in Santa Barbara, California.
Christian nationalism, defined as the fusion of religious identity and nationalistic ideals, has become a growing concern in our society. At this event, we will delve into the meaning and impact of Christian nationalism, exploring its implications for our democracy and the values we hold dear.
We are honored to have esteemed speakers and organizations joining us for this important conversation. Vote Common Good, a prominent organization committed to promoting the common good through faith and politics, will share their insights on the topic. Their dedication to fostering dialogue and understanding makes them a valuable addition to this event.
Faithful America, a grassroots organization that amplifies the voices of progressive people of faith, will also be present to contribute to the discussions. Their work in promoting social justice and equality aligns perfectly with the event’s theme, as they strive to counteract the harmful effects of Christian nationalism.
We are also thrilled to have Katherine Stewart, an accomplished author and expert on the subject, as one of our key speakers. Katherine’s extensive research and writings have shed light on the rise of Christian nationalism and its impact on our democracy. Her expertise will provide valuable insights and generate meaningful dialogue.
This event is free of cost, as we believe that knowledge and awareness should be accessible to all. By coming together and engaging in this dialogue, we can better understand the threat posed by Christian nationalism and work towards preserving the inclusive and democratic values that are the foundation of our society.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a vital conversation on faith, democracy, and the challenges we face. Join us on March 7, 2024, at Santa Barbara, California, as we explore the impact of Christian nationalism and chart a path towards a more inclusive and vibrant democracy.
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