In this time of crisis and upheaval, everyday believers around the globe are looking to their faith for consolation and guidance. Yet religiosity has also become intertwined with conspiracy theorizing, hate speech and violence. What are the historical roots of religiously motivated discrimination and how can communities of faith transform the conversation?
Join us on May 12 for a discussion that will span religious scholarship and practical suggestions for religious leaders, with scholars from The University of Chicago and The Jewish Theological Seminary, and our partners at the Evangelischer Kirchenkreis-Berlin Stadtmitte.
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