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In light of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, this discussion will explore Martin Luther's contribution to the topic of religion and politics. Luther's insistence on the necessity of faith for salvation, rather than works (no matter how virtuous or socially beneficial), led him to promote Christian participation in public and political life as a form of responsible citizenship rather than cultural conversion. These lines of thought remain influential to this day in our discussions of the role religion ought to play in our entangled private and public lives.
Josh Daniel is a University of Chicago Divinity School graduate with a PhD in Theology. He has since taken his knowledge to various Chicago-area colleges and universities to teach religious studies and philosophy courses. The focus on his scholarly work is on moral formation, deformation and transformation.
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