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Wed, Jul 03

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via invitation

Underlying Foundations for Good Governance and the Rule of Law

International Judicial Training

Underlying Foundations for Good Governance and the Rule of Law
Underlying Foundations for Good Governance and the Rule of Law

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Jul 03, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

via invitation

About the event

The Wagner Faith & Freedom Center presents: Underlying Foundations for Good Governance and the Rule of Law - International Judicial Training

SEMINARS/TOPICS

DEVELOPING BIBLICAL MIND

- What does the Bible say about the mind?

- What is Biblical thinking? 

Goal

- This workshop examines some of  the distinctive theological and philosophical   features of a Biblical worldview, and then compares the Biblical worldview to   others like Islam, Secular Humanism,

and the New Age.

PROF. DARRELL FURGASON

May, 8

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES

- Good Governance under the Rule of Law 

Goal

- This seminar discusses the importance of the rule of law for a nation, and equips   participants to overcome some of the obstacles that can prevent the

development of an effective government

PROF. WILLIAM WAGNER, JD

May, 22

THE CHRISTIAN MIND TODAY

- The Bible presents a   comprehensive worldview – God is sovereign over all of life.

Goal

- This workshop examines five   major paradigms/ideas in the Christian mind today that prevent Christians   from developing a truly Biblical perspective

on every are of life.

PROF. DARRELL FURGASON, PHD

Jun, 5

ADDRESING THE CHARGE OF SYSTEMIC RACISM, AND THE   OPPRESSED/OPRESSOR CLASSIFICATION

Goal

- This seminar examines the ideological/political accusation of Systemic Racism, and prepares  participants to challenge the Marxist narrative that divides society into “oppressed” and “oppressor” groups

PROF. WILLIAM WAGNER, JD

Jun, 19

SHOULD CHRISTIANS CHANGE CULTURES?

- The charge is sometimes hear   that Christianity “ruins” other cultures. What is “culture” and how are cultures shaped and   directed?

Goal

- This workshop examines the philosophical basis of   culture, and culture-building, illustrating why culture will often “clash”.

PROF. DARRELL FURGASON, PHD

Jul, 3

STATE COURTS VS FEDERAL COURTS

- Conflict, Compromise or Cooperation

Goal

- This seminar examines some of the issues that produce conflict between State and Federal Governments, and suggests steps   that can be taken to mitigate conflict and improve cooperation in this important

relationship

PROF.WILLIAM   WAGNER, JD

Jul, 17

REFORMATION, NOT JUST REVIVAL

- What is the church’s goal in history – revival, reformation, or both?

Goal

- This workshop examines 2 major themes in the Bible about whole nation “healing” & “blessing” (from 2 Chronicles   7;14 and Genesis 12:1-3) and show that   God’s purposes in history may be bigger than we have previously thought.

PHD PROF. DARRELL FURGASON, PHD

Jul, 31

JURISPRUDENCE

- Where Worldviews collide 

Goal

- This seminar examines how   different worldviews will often collide in the area of Jurisprudence. Participants will learn why the definitions of terms like Truth, Morality and Justice produce conflict, and how to overcome it.

PROF. WILLIAM   WAGNER, JD

Aug, 14

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