Perkins School of Theology Hosts A Texas Faith Public Forum

Dallas, Texas – A panel of religious leaders, including Perkins School of Theology Dean William B. Lawrence, discussed "Elections and the Common Good" Sept. 27 before a standing-room only crowd at Perkins Chapel during a Texas Faith Public Forum.

Listen to audio recording of Texas Faith Public Forum (mp3 – 1:28:27)

Dean William B. Lawrence, Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University, greets guests and panelists at September 27, 2012, Texas Faith Public Forum in Perkins Chapl

Texas Faith Public Form at Perkins Chapel, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, Sept. 27, 2012







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William McKenzie, Dallas Morning News editorial columnist, moderated the discussion. In addition to Dean Lawrence, panelists included:

Katie Sherrod, an independent writer/producer and Episcopalian activist, Fort Worth;

George Mason, Senior Pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church, Dallas;

Dwight McKissic, Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Baptist, Arlington;

Gordon K. Wright, Dallas attorney and a North Texas leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints;

Mike Ghouse, President of the Foundation for Pluralism, Dallas.

The event was sponsored by The Dallas Morning News and hosted by Perkins School of Theology.

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