Talks & Lectures

Religion and Child Welfare: Do they Have to be at Odds?

When: Tue., April 4, 5 p.m. 2017

When is a child's death from a treatable illness an act of faith and when is it an abhorrent crime? When is a teen's marriage an act to be celebrated and when is it an act for concern? These questions sit at cross currents in the law-challenging notions of religious liberty and equal protection under the law. Join a discussion of what tolerance might mean in the context of child welfare and our respect for one another's faith.

Price: FREE

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