An archbishop, an Evangelical, and an Anabaptist walk into a bar…
This is not a joke. On September 7, 2015, Theology on Tap hosted representatives from different traditions – Catholic, Anabaptist, and Anglican – who met to explore what their diverse faiths teach about marriage and “the complementarity of man and woman.” This historic gathering in Sydney’s famed LePub was inspired by Humanum, an unprecedented interreligious conference held in Rome last year, when Pope Francis and four hundred religious leaders and scholars from around the world brought the wisdom of their various faiths and cultures to bear on this timely issue, examining, celebrating, and illustrating the natural union of man and woman in marriage as a universal cornerstone of healthy families, communities and societies.
Plough Australia provided all attendees with copies of the new book Not Just Good, but Beautiful: The Complementary Relationship between Man and Woman
View the discussion and the following lively Q & A session here:
(Q & A)