Elmhurst College President S. Alan Ray, Wheaton College President Philip G. Ryken and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship President Alec Hill
In what ways is religious diversity a challenge, and in what ways is it an opportunity? What are some of the potential benefits and pitfalls of interfaith engagement? On Tuesday, April 29, the Aspen Institute’s Justice & Society Program will present the panel discussion Principled Pluralism: The Challenges and Opportunities of America’s Religious Diversity.
Panelists will include Elmhurst College President S. Alan Ray, Wheaton College President Philip G. Ryken, and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship President Alec Hill. The moderator is Joseph DeMott, project manager of the Justice & Society Program. In addition to examining the challenges and opportunities of religious diversity, this panel discussion will showcase evangelical and Roman Catholic perspectives on interfaith engagement, with a focus on higher education.
The discussion will begin at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29, in Barrows Auditorium on the Wheaton College campus. Barrows Auditorium is located in the east wing of the Billy Graham Center, at 500 College Avenue in Wheaton.
The event is free and open to the public. Free transportation to the event is available for Elmhurst College students. For more information, call the Elmhurst College Office of the Chaplain at (630) 617-3360.To register, visit the Aspen Institute website.
This event is presented by The Aspen Institute’s Justice & Society Program, Elmhurst College, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and Wheaton College.