Cameron University will present an examination of “Religion in American Life” on Thursday, February 21 at 7 p.m. in the CETES Conference Center. The discussion will focus on the challenges faced by communities of faith attempting to join in public discourse concerning important issues in contemporary American life. The event is open to the public at no charge.
Panelists include Dr. James Ford, Professor of English and Humanities, Rogers State University; Dr. Ron Price, Associate Professor of Communications, Cameron University; Pastor Tim Evans, Dayspring Community Church, Lawton; Pastor Bryan Tener, First United Methodist Church, Cache; and Dr. William Carney, Assistant Professor of English & Foreign Languages, Cameron University.
The discussion will be a lively examination about the role of religion in civil and societal discourse and where it goes from here in an increasingly pluralistic religious landscape.
“Religion in American Life” is made possible by the Philip L. Jones Endowed Lectureship in Ethics.
February 20, 2013