A Biblical Response to Intersectionality
Saturday, October 06, 2018, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
PRIVILEGE, OPPRESSION, AND THE GOSPEL: A BIBLICAL RESPONSE TO INTERSECTIONALITY
Intersectionality is a new but fast-growing ideology that is sweeping through the college campuses, social media feeds, and public spaces of America. Though many Americans have never heard of intersectionality, most are familiar with the terminology it employs: “check your privilege,” “microaggression,” “safe space.” Intersectional theory has become for many a full-fledged worldview, with its own dogma, evangelists, prophets, and warriors.
Because of intersectionality’s façade of compassion, Christians may be drawn into its orbit. But most are naïve to its underlying presuppositions and agendas. This free seminar will explain intersectionality, expose major discrepancies between its ideology and biblical truth, demonstrate how its fruits are damaging to opponents and adherents, and present gospel ideology as the best alternative.
Who should attend: This free seminar is open to anyone who desires to know, love, and apply God's Word.
About the speaker: Mike Moses (M.Div, Detroit Baptist Seminary) serves as Assistant Pastor at Harvest Bible Church. Mike has been involved in college ministry for 15 years, and is currently pursuing a Master of Theology degree. Mike and his wife, Bethany, have a one-year-old son.
9:00am Session 1
10:15am Snack break
10:30am Session 2
11:45am Lunch (on your own)
1:00pm Session 3
2:30pm Q & A