Following Jesus as a Secular Progressive?

April 8, 2015

Following Jesus as a Secular Progressive?
A Conversation about cultivating a flourishing life shaped by Jesus

Monday, April 27th, 7:30pm
Linsly-Chittenden Hall - Room 102 (63 High St)
Free & Open to the Public
Reserve free tickets below or at the event page

Can a non-religious person follow Jesus? What would it look like to build a life around following Jesus? Co-hosted by a number of groups, including the Yale Humanist Community and the Yale Center for Faith & Culture, this moderated dialogue between two friends—secular author and USA Today columnist, Tom Krattenmaker, and Christian author and speaker, Tony Kriz—aims to break down divisions that make Jesus the exclusive property of religious folks and open up space for an “interfaith” conversation about what it might look like to cultivate a flourishing life shaped by Jesus.

Moderated by: Matt Croasmun, Director of Research & Publication, Yale Center for Faith & Culture; Staff Pastor, Elm City Vineyard Church

Hosted by: Yale Center for Faith & Culture, Yale Humanist Community, Elm City Vineyard Church, City Church, Rivendell InstituteYale Christian Fellowship, The Open PartyYale Graduate Student Christian Fellowship, Yale Faith & Action