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PRESS RELEASE

Engaging Young Evangelicals: Have We Lost the ‘Culture
Wars?’ 

 

“Evangelical Millennials affirm traditional marriage against popular culture claims this fight is over because ‘history’ always favors the secular Left.”
-Kristin Rudolph, IRD Evangelical Program Coordinator

Washington, DC—This week young staffers from the Institute on Religion & Democracy joined in the “March for Marriage” from the National Mall to the U.S. Supreme Court and back. As the Supreme Court hears arguments on marriage, IRD is hosting a panel discussion by young evangelicals speaking to the challenges facing their demographic.

What: Engaging Young Evangelicals: Have We Lost the ‘Culture Wars?’ Panel

Who: Andrew Walker, Policy Analyst at the Heritage Foundation, Eric Teetsel, Director of The Manhattan Declaration, Jessica Prol, Managing Editor for Policy Publications at the Family Research Council, Kristin Rudolph, Evangelical Program Coordinator at the Institute on Religion and Democracy

Where: Mt. Vernon Place United Methodist Church, 901 K Street NW Washington, DC

When:  Monday, April 1, 2013, Noon

Lunch will be provided. Seating is limited, please RSVP on Facebook or to ntorrey@theird.org

IRD Evangelical Program Coordinator Kristin Rudolph commented:

“Evangelical Millennials affirm traditional marriage against popular culture claims this fight is over because ‘history’ always favors the secular Left.

“The odds seemed daunting, but the growth of the global church and the implosion of liberal churches ultimately favors a wider cultural reformation.

“Seemingly lost causes are often the best and most important causes. And because God reigns, a lost cause, if just and good, is never really lost, but just awaiting vindication by willing hands.”

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