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Does Liberalism Need Religion?

November 9, 2021 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0

Join us November 9th @8:30pm ET for this livestream.

The classical liberal project is on the ropes. An ascending ideology undercuts the free expression of ideas and challenges liberal norms. An orthodox Jewish Rabbi and historian, Rabbi Ari Lamm, and a Christian scholar and thinker, Neil Shenvi, discuss the role of religion in a democratic society and whether liberal liberalism can survive a decline in religious belief.

Founder of The Joshua Network, Rabbi Lamm is one of the youngest leaders of a major Jewish organization in the U.S., serving as chief executive of Bnai Zion, which has supported educational and humanitarian projects in the United States and Israel for over 112 years. Rabbi Lamm is a Princeton-trained historian of religion.

Dr. Neil Shenvi has a Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry from UC Berkeley and an A.B. in Chemistry from Princeton. He has published in The Gospel Coalition, Themelios, Eikon, and the Journal of Christian Legal Thought and has been interviewed by Allie Beth Stuckey, Summer Jaeger, Greg Koukl, Frank Turek, Alisa Childers, and Mike Winger. He homeschools his four children through Classical Conversations and can be found on Twitter at @NeilShenvi. His writing on critical theory from a Christian worldview perspective can be found at www.shenviapologetics.com.

We have closed our registration for this event, but have no fear, you can watch it live on ILV’s YouTube (and below) or live on JILV or ILV’s Twitter.


November 9, 2021
8:30 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0
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