Business Leaders’ Breakfast “A Tale of Two Revolutions” with Os Guinness
September 25 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am MDT$25.00
In recent months, Bozeman’s population has increased even more than its unmatched pre-COVID-19 growth rate. Exiles from urban areas on the coasts have sought a new life here in the aftermath of COVID-19 and social upheaval. Much of this can be seen as a reaction against what we could refer to as the “revolutionary spirit of 1789 Paris” gripping parts of our nation. This revolutionary spirit is characterized by a scorched-earth brand of power politics that doesn’t pose realistic solutions to our polarized culture.
If this spirit is driving people away from the geographies where they are being used, what should a new life look like? And more specifically, what could it look like here in Bozeman?
How does your business play a role in making the lives of all those around you better as you focus on business success, employee well-being, and community engagement?
Join business leaders from across Montana at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bozeman on September 25th at 8 AM to share breakfast with Os Guinness. Hear a presentation Dr. Guinness regularly shares with diverse groups of Senators and Congressmen near his home in Washington D.C. In this presenttion, Os relates the Covenants of the Jewish Exodus as the oldest prevailing and most effective strategies to realize a society where Right prevails over Might, and “Justice for All” is more than a cliché.
About Os Guinness
A quiet voice on behalf of faith, freedom, truth, reason & civility. Os Guinness is the great-great-great-grandson of Dublin brewer Arthur Guinness. Born a British citizen in WWII-era China, he personally witnessed the Marxist takeover in China. He was later educated in Oxford obtaining his D. philosophy in social sciences. He was the lead drafter of the “Williamsburg Charter in 1988”, a celebration of the bicentennial of the US Constitution. He is a well-known thought leader, international speaker, social critic, and author of 25 books.
To see a list of books by Os Guinness, visit his website: http://www.osguinness.com
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