Fractured Rebuilding the Church's Witness in a new political climate

Fractured: Rebuilding the Church's Witness in a New Political Climate: A January 24th Event

As we enter a new political climate and the new President of the United States is inaugurated, the Church finds itself with a witness problem.


This past election season revealed some deep divides, and deeper wounds, among Christians. The way many Christians and Evangelicals have responded both in words and deeds throughout the election season has left many wondering how we can rebuild our testimony, witness, and walk in the world. Or can we? We recently held a panel discussion on the political, cultural, and social fall-out of this past election season and how we can begin to rediscover what it means for the Church to be the Church. Watch the panel discussion by clicking above or on YouTube here.


Margaret DiddamsMargaret Diddams (Ph.D.) is Provost and Professor of Psychology at Wheaton College.







Ed StetzerEd Stetzer (Ph.D., @edstetzer) holds the Billy Graham Distinguished Chair of Church, Mission, and Evangelism at Wheaton College, where he also leads the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism.






Vince BacoteVincent Bacote (Ph.D., @vbacote) is the Director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics and Associate Professor of Theology at Wheaton College.






David IglesiasDavid Iglesias (J.D.) is the Director of the Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics and Economics and an Associate Professor of Politics and Law at Wheaton College.






SPONSORS: This event was sponsored by the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism (BGCE), the Center for Applied Christian Ethics (CACE), and the Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics and Economics.

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