A conversation on national security and political theology
What is the Christian duty to show love to enemies in war? How should Christians serve in positions of government that apply lethal force, or that exist somewhere on the "kill chain" of the United States? To what extent should we be see ourselves as patriotic citizens of a nation-state vs. members of the worldwide family of Christ? This event will explore the complex relationship between national security and the Christian tradition from the perspective of thoughtful scholars and practitioners of foreign affairs. Join the John Jay Institute Saratoga Fellows for a deep dive into a conversation about how Christianity speaks to the often-conflicting loyalties of heavenly and temporal citizenship.
Space is limited to 12 participants.