“In the World But Not of the World: What It Means to Be a Christian” at the Aquinas Institute

Published Date: September 29, 2010 | Topics: Politics and Current Affairs, Religion


A discussion with Robert George and Cornel West.

Presented by the Aquinas Institute, Princeton’s Catholic Chaplaincy.

Cosponsored by Hallelujah!, Manna Christian Fellowship, Princeton Faith and Action, Athletes in Action, Office of Religious Life, Faculty Commons, and USG Projects Board.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Princeton University

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What does it mean to live as a Christian in today’s world?
How can Christians respond to the challenges of modern secular culture?
In what ways should Christians at Princeton work together to put their faith into practice?

Professors Robert George (Politics) and Cornel West (Religion), both prominent Christian intellectuals at Princeton, speak on these questions.

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