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Lutheranism/Socialism Part II

April 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

Join us for part II of last September’s popular Lutheranism/socialism seminar. Moving deeper into the overlap between Lutheranism and Socialism, this seminar will speak more in depth to how pillars of Lutheran theology – theology of the cross, grace, sin, the priesthood of all believers, etc… – line up with socialist thought, and how these can be preached. Likewise, we will also present some concrete discussion into how socialist principles can be applied in the parish and used in congregational organizing.

Speakers are Erin Coleman Branchaud (2018, MDiv), pastor of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Logan Square; Cynthia Moe-Lobeda, professor of theological and social ethics at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary; Tobita Chow (2017, MDiv), global labor organizer and director of Justice Is Global; Francisco Herrera (2016, ThM), Christian agitator and LSTC PhD student in world Christianity and global mission; Micah Uetricht, labor organizer and deputy editor at The Jacobin. Angela Cowser, associate dean of Black Church Studies and doctor of ministry programs at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, will moderate.
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April 27
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
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