Horizon 2021 with Os Guinness
September 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MDT$10.00 – $30.00
The hour is critical… Division. Fear. Silenced voices. True freedom is in jeopardy in America.
- Has your faith in America’s institutions decreased?
- Do you feel you have true freedom to make choices and have conversations on topics that counter mainstream views?
- Is there an inability for true open debate in our culture today?
What is on the horizon for the church in 2021? The American republic is suffering its gravest crisis since the Civil War. Conflicts, hostility, and incivility now threaten to tear the country apart. Competing visions have led to a dangerous moment of cultural self-destruction. On September 25th at 7 PM, join us as cultural observer, speaker, and author, Os Guinness lectures on American Liberty.
What is the essence of true freedom and how does it directly affect you as a citizen of this great country?
What actions could bring true freedom not only to our society but also to the human soul?
Come hear Guinness explore the roots of this “freedom crisis” and its connections to both the American and French Revolutions. He will unpack what we are seeing in our culture today, addressing it through the lens of faith, freedom & virtue. Os will explain how those three work together to create the Golden Triangle of Liberty. As believers in Christ, come discover Guinness’ “stirring vision for faithful citizenship and renewed responsibility, not only for our nation but also for the watching world.”
September 25, 2021, 7 pm
Ticket Prices: Early Bird $10, Regular $15, Family Max $30
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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
*Quoted materials from this page were taken from Os Guinness’s books The Magna Carta of Humanity and Last Call for Liberty.