Generous Spirit or Pushing Faith? Sharing Religious Convictions Amid Diversity
Wednesday, November 07, 2007 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
at Butler University Center for Faith and Vocation
4600 Sunset Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46208

Category:
Humanities, Religion
Event Format:
Panel, Q & A Session
Audience:
Young adults (18-40)
Presenter(s):


Event Description:

In a diverse community, can religious convictions be shared in a generous way? Is evangelism inevitably pushing faith? What makes the difference between a generous spirit and pushing faith? A panel of Indianapolis college students and campus religious mentors will talk about how they share their faith or religious identities and address questions like these. The panelists include representatives from evangelical, mainline Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish faiths, as well as other groups from local colleges. Q&A will follow. Admission is free. Presented by the Indiana Network for Higher Education Ministries, Butler University Center for Faith and Vocation, Franklin College, Marian College/Formation Education Outreach, and University of Indianapolis Office of Ecumenical & Interfaith Programs.

 

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