The Christian Left and Canadian Politics
Featuring The Hon. Bill Blaikie in conversation with Lisa Helps, Patricia Lane, Alex Nelson, Mary Louise Meadow and Paul Bramadat
In this election year, how might Christians (and non-Christians) interested in politics act and think? Should activists prioritize certain dire global situations (e.g. climate change), other more local challenges (e.g. homelessness) or international crises (e.g. refugees in Europe)? Do progressive Christians and the like-minded members of other communities have a special role to play in contemporary Canadian politics?
In collaboration with UVic’s John Albert Hall Lecture Series and sponsored by the Anglican Diocese of British Columbia, the University of Victoria’s Centre for Studies in Religion & Society and First Metropolitan.
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