Justin Giboney Speaks on Redemptive Justice

DBU recently hosted Justin Giboney for a special webinar version of DBU’s Veritas lecture series event. Hosted by the Institute for Global Engagement, Veritas invites Christian leaders from a variety of backgrounds to provide perspective and engage in current topics that impact the world, including leadership, economics, global politics, and racial relations.

As co-founder and president of The AND Campaign, Justin Giboney seeks to educate and organize Christians for civic and cultural engagement that results in better representation, more just and compassionate policies, and a healthier political culture. Justin Giboney is an attorney and political strategist, frequently writes for publications such as Christianity Today and The Hill, and served as the co-chair of Obama for America's Gen44-Atlanta initiative.

Watch the recap video above for our discussion on Christian civics and community engagement as Justin Giboney unpacks questions like:

  • What does a concern for the common good look like?
  • How can believers engage with both compassion and conviction?
  • Why should informed civility be integral to the life of a believer?

Race & Justice Book Club Opportunity

This semester, full-time faculty and staff members from DBU's Institute for Global Engagement and the Cook School of Leadership will lead 3 book clubs pertaining to race and justice. These groups are intended to serve as a jumping-off point for dialogue and conversation among our student body.

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For additional information, contact us at ige@dbu.edu.


About Institute for Global Engagement

The Institute for Global Engagement is a Christian, non-sectarian think tank dedicated to addressing issues in the public square with biblical distinctiveness. The mission of the IGE is to be a moral and spiritual catalyst for renewal in our culture. Founded in 2015, the IGE values the biblical narrative, thoughtful consideration, and gracious civility.

Written by Institute for Global Engagement
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