Why Black Lives Matter for Science and Faith

Monday, June 15, 8:00pm - 9:30pm (EDT)

The conversations around science and faith, including at BioLogos, have too often left out the voices and concerns of our black brothers and sisters.  Those of us who are white need to listen and learn, about the history of racism, about the experiences of African Americans, and about the systems that have harmed them while benefiting whites. Sadly, science and medicine have too often been a part of those systems.

On Monday night, you’ll have a chance to listen and learn.  Please join us for a special live stream panel discussion led by Bishop Claude Alexander, a BioLogos board member. Recently featured in Christianity Today and the Washington Post, he is the founder and senior pastor of The Park Church in Charlotte, NC.

Link: https://biologos.org/why-black-lives-matter-for-science-and-faith

Add to Calendar 2020/06/15 20:00:00 2020/06/15 21:30:00 America/Detroit Why Black Lives Matter for Science and Faith The conversations around science and faith, including at BioLogos, have too often left out the voices and concerns of our black brothers and sisters.  Those of us who are white need to listen and learn, about the history of racism, about the experiences of African Americans, and about the systems that have harmed them while benefiting whites. Sadly, science and medicine have too often been a part of those systems.

On Monday night, you’ll have a chance to listen and learn.  Please join us for a special live stream panel discussion led by Bishop Claude Alexander, a BioLogos board member. Recently featured in Christianity Today and the Washington Post, he is the founder and senior pastor of The Park Church in Charlotte, NC.

Link: https://biologos.org/why-black-lives-matter-for-science-and-faith
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Monday, June 15, 8:00pm - 9:30pm (EDT)

https://biologos.org/why-black-lives-matter-for-science-and-faith

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