Foreign Policy Panel

Providence: A Journal of Christianity and American Policy, reports briefly on a conference cosponsored by TLC at Church of the Incarnation in Dallas on Sept. 24:

What role should America play in the world, and what role should Christian ethics and morality play in shaping it?

Providence managing editor Marc LiVecche and frequent contributor Matt Gobush joined a panel discussion to tackle these questions Nearly 200 people filled a chapel at Incarnation, a church in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, to listen to an animated debate featuring LiVecche, Gobush, theologian Elisabeth Rain Kincaid of the University of Notre Dame, and professor D. Stephen Long of Southern Methodist University.

… Bishop Anthony Burton, Incarnation’s rector, moderated the debate, which centered on the role of church and state in foreign affairs, the differences between international law and Christian morality, and the applicability of just war doctrine to America’s foreign policies. …

Click here to watch the full 90-minute discussion, which included questions and answers from the audience.

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