At odds with the present order
A critical review of liberalism—left, right, and center
Yes, we want to be good neighbors and engaged citizens. Yes, we “seek the welfare of the city” where we live, spiritually, as resident aliens away from our heavenly homeland. (Jeremiah 29:7) But a large and growing chorus of Christians from all traditions also decries the easy relationship the church has developed with our current political and economic framework.
Why? What exactly is liberalism—classical right, progressive left, and popular middle?
Why is it problematic for so many thoughtful Christians? What are the ideas and practical consequences at the root of the discontent, increasingly shared by Catholics, Reformed, and Orthodox Christians—often joined by their Jewish and Muslim friends?
And what are the viable options for those committed to justice, peace, order, and the common good?
Catch up with the conversation, and join in.
Saturday, March 17
10:00 AM-3:00 PM
Ruggles Baptist Church
874 Beacon St.
Boston, MA 02215
Join us for an discussion at the current intersection of discipleship and public life, introduced and facilitated by
the Rev. Dr. Kelly Madden.
Kelly Madden is the founder and executive director of the Boston Fellows program. He has taught as an adjunct faculty member at Gordon College (Political Science) and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (Christian Thought), with a PhD in Politics from the University of York (UK) and an MDiv from Gordon-Conwell, specializing in the intersection of Church and Public Life.
This event is free and open to the public.
Lunch is provided.
In order to reserve your spot, please RSVP Here by Thursday, March 15.