What Putin and Trump Want: The Religious Dimension of U.S.-Russian Relations

 

 

Presenter

John Burgess, James Henry Snowden Professor of Systematic Theology, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Respondent

William Gleason, Coordinator (retired) of the Russia-Eurasian Area Studies Program, Foreign Service Institute, Washington, D.C.

Date

March 15, 2018, 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Overview

This event will focus on the religious dimension of the new aggressiveness and assertiveness of Russia in Syria, Ukraine, and U.S. elections. How has President Putin appealed to religious values to reach out to conservatives in the United States? How do religious factors in both Russia and the United States stoke nationalism, and can religion contribute, instead, to mutual understanding between Russians and Americans?

Registration / Directions/ CEUs

 

This event is free and open to the public. To properly plan, we do ask that you register in advance.

Directions to the Seminary. There is free parking on campus behind the chapel and library. Signs will be available to direct you toward the exact location of the program.

CEUs: 2.0 CEUs will be available for those who request them. Registration is required for anyone wanting a certificate.

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