Love No Matter What

Politics, Sex, Race  and the way of the cross

Jesus challenges his followers to do something that is never easy and always countercultural: love your enemies (Matt. 5:44). And in today’s polarized world, where entrenched battle lines are drawn on issues ranging from sex to politics to race, the call to love the “other side,” no matter what, is harder than ever.

Join us for a conversation about what it means to model the compassion of Christ and love those across the divides of culture, race, gender, politics and more.


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Stanley Hauerwas

Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Divinity and Law at Duke University, author of The Peaceable Kingdom and Resident Aliens

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Caleb Kaltenbach

Author of Messy Grace: How a Pastor with Gay Parents Learned to Love Others Without Sacrificing Conviction

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Sister Helen Prejean

Author of Dead Man Walking; spiritual advisor to men and women on death row

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Christena Cleveland

Author of Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep Us Apart and associate professor of the practice of reconciliation at Duke Divinity School

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Barry H. Corey

President of Biola University and author of Love Kindness: Discover the Power of a Forgotten Christian Virtue


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