1 hr 37 min

#52 - Kazingram Roundtable on Race, Christianity, and Culture Kazingram Dialogue

    • Philosophy

In our second episode of Kazingram Roundtable, our editors sit down with Axel Kazadi to discuss race and social construction, how Christianity has formed our culture’s morality, what the decline of Christianity might mean, and what it means to have a secular state.

Axel Kazadi is Director and Assistant Professor of Theology at Kingswood University in Sussex, New Brunswick. He is a PhD student in theology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, working on a dissertation that focuses on the relation between eucharistic sacrifice and the church in the theologies of Martin Bucer, Peter Vermigli, and Thomas Cranmer.

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In our second episode of Kazingram Roundtable, our editors sit down with Axel Kazadi to discuss race and social construction, how Christianity has formed our culture’s morality, what the decline of Christianity might mean, and what it means to have a secular state.

Axel Kazadi is Director and Assistant Professor of Theology at Kingswood University in Sussex, New Brunswick. He is a PhD student in theology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, working on a dissertation that focuses on the relation between eucharistic sacrifice and the church in the theologies of Martin Bucer, Peter Vermigli, and Thomas Cranmer.

Follow Axel on IG: https://www.instagram.com/axel.m.kazadi/
Follow Axel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AxelKazadi2 

Follow Amos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amosdowber
Follow IJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ijmakan

Facebook - www.facebook.com/KZNGRM
Instagram - www.instagram.com/kazingramdialogue
Twitter - twitter.com/KZNGRM

1 hr 37 min