A Godless Public Square: Do ‘Private’ Christian Beliefs Have a Place in Public Life? on Video

Thinking Matters and Evangelical Union hosted an event at the University of Auckland for Jesus Week entitled A Godless Public Square: Do ‘Private’ Christian Beliefs Have a Place in Public Life? This event was essentially a conversation between Theology, Philosophy and Law on the topic of Religion in Public Life. It featured Matthew Flannagan – Analytic Theologian, Glenn Peoples – Philosopher and Madeleine Flannagan – Legal Scholar and was moderated Patt Brittenden. If you missed it you can now watch it on video.

Each speaker has published the speeches they wrote for this event:

Hat tip (and credit for filming and editing this video): Stuart at Thinking Matters.


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