- Monday, November 5, 2018
- 7:00 PM–8:30 PM
- Covenant Fine Arts Center Recital Hall
Join the Henry Institute in welcoming panelists Shadi Hamid, Matthew Kaemingk, and Stephanie Summers for a public discussion about pluralism, faith, and immigration.
Shadi Hamid is a Senior Fellow with the Brookings Institute's Center for Middle East Policy where he heads the Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World. He is the author of Islamic Exceptionalism: How the Struggle Over Islam is Reshaping the World (St. Martin's Press) which is shortlisted for the 2017 Lionel Gelber Prize.
Matthew Kaemingk, Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary, is also the associate dean for Fuller Texas, and a scholar-in-residence for the Max De Pree Center for Christian Leadership. His research and teaching focus on Islam and political ethics, faith and the workplace, theology and culture, and Reformed public theology. His newest book, Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in a World of Fear, was recently released by Eerdmans.
Stephanie Summers is the Chief Executive Office of the Center for Public Justice, an independent, non-partisan civic education and public policy organization that works to equip citizens, develop leaders, and shape policy through a variety of initiatives. She is the co-author of Unleashing Opportunity: Why Escaping Poverty Requires a Shared Vision of Justice (Falls City Press).