This webinar explores the role of people of faith in politics, what that role may look like, and how people of faith – and houses of worship – can engage in the electoral process in a healing, respectful and responsible way. It considers the questions: What are some of the legal guidelines for participation by people of faith? What are some of the uses and misuses of religion in political campaigns, and how can people of faith promote civil, thoughtful dialogue across differences on critical issues of the day.
This on-demand webinar includes Rev. Welton Gaddy, President of the Interfaith Alliance, and K. Hollyn Hollman, general counsel, Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty and it explores ways that you and your congregation can become involved!
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