The CEEP Network continues to offer free webinars to all churches.
Anglican Social Ethics and the Search for Justice
Thursday, August 13
The challenges of our contemporary moment can at times appear unprecedented and overwhelming. For many Christians, the presence and perniciousness of the structures of injustice in our society have become even more apparent. At the same time, determining how the church should engage to challenge injustices appears more complicated. In this panel, Episcopalian ethicists will explore how the various resources of the Anglican Social Ethics tradition to address these challenges.
How does the Anglican understanding of insights drawn from culture inform our quest for Biblical justice?
What is the significance of Christ's Incarnation in the Church's work for justice?
What are the resources offered by a world-wide communion in addressing specific instances of injustice in particular locations?
What is the significance of liturgy, prayer and the sacraments in Anglican Social Ethics?
- Michael Battle - Herbert Thompson Professor of Church and Society and Director of the Desmond Tutu Center, General Theological Seminary; New York, New York
- Luke Bretherton - Robert E. Cushman Professor of Moral and Political Theology and Senior Fellow, Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke University; Durham, North Carolina
- Ross Kane - Assistant Professor of Theology, Ethics, and Culture, Virginia Theological Seminary; Alexandria, Virginia
- Elisabeth Rain Kincaid - Assistant Professor of Ethics and Moral Theology, Nashotah House Theological Seminary; Nashotah, Wisconsin
- Charles Mathewes - Carolyn M. Barbour Professor of Religious Studies, the University of Virginia; Charlottesville, Virginia
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