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Johann Christoph Arnold: A Life of Reconciliation and Justice

Union League Club, 38 E. 37th Street ⁄ New York, NY or via live stream

On September 11, join First Things editor R. R. Reno, veteran civil rights activist John M. Perkins, Professor Robert P. George of Princeton University, and others at the Union League Club in New York City to honor the life of Plough author Johann Christoph Arnold, who died earlier this year.

Arnold, who led the Bruderhof Communities for two decades, was a pastor, author, and tireless worker for peace, reconciliation, and justice. His work has had a profound impact; he is respected across the political spectrum as reflected in the speakers who will gather to discuss his legacy. Free copies of Arnold’s book Why Forgive? will be available at the event. A free e-book is also available for download.

A reception will follow.

There is no charge to attend. RSVP required.

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