The Young Adults Ministry presents
APOLOGETICS FORUM
Who Is My Neighbour
August 23, 2019 (Friday)
7:30 to 9:30 pm (light refreshments at 7pm)
Chapel for All Peoples, St Andrew's Cathedral

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August 23, 2019 (Friday)
7:30 to 9:30pm (light refreshments at 7pm)
Chapel for All Peoples, St Andrew's Cathedral

Whether it's political debate, religious disagreement or domestic arguments, our societies, communities and families are in a perpetual state of conflict. For some, violence is the answer. For others, surrounding ourselves with those who always agree with us is the answer. For others, the answer lies in excluding or marginalising those who are different to us.

The volatility and hostility of the 21st century presents us all with the greatest challenge to the call that Jesus gave all people more than 2000 years ago, "Love your neighbour as yourself."

What does this mean in 2019? And is it even possible?

 

About the Speaker
Max Jeganathan is the RZIM Asia-Pacific Regional Director. Born in Sri Lanka, Max's family moved to Australia as refugees in the mid-1980s. He has worked as a lawyer and a political and policy adviser in the Australian national parliament. He currently lives in Singapore with his family