The Big Class: A Christian Response to Gun Violence
By Eugene Sutton and Ian Douglas
How are Christians to respond to the pervasive firearm violence that roils the United States? Episcopal bishops Eugene Sutton and Ian Douglas offer a challenging and inspiring response that can help Christians think through this difficult issue.
Starts Mon, Sep 14th, 2015
Take this class for free with ChurchNext students from around the world. You may register now, then come back anytime between September 14 – 28 to take the course (yes, we’ll send you an email reminder).
- 24/7 access from September 14-28 to all video lectures, downloads, and course content.
- Video lectures with Eugene Sutton and Ian Douglas
- Downloadable Discussion Questions for groups and The Takeaway, for personal study.
- Interaction with other students through discussion questions and sharing notes.
The class only takes 45 minutes for most people.
Throughout the free course, participants are encouraged to ponder and discuss what it means to live faithfully in a society racked with gun violence. “This course is not about repealing the Second Amendment,” says Sutton. “It’s about examining the roots, causes, reality, and our response to our increasingly violent and tragic age, and offering ways for Christians to take action.”
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