What happens when your beliefs go against the majority of those within your religion, culture or minority group? From pro-queer Christians to a pro-Palestine Jewish academic, hear from Na’ama Carlin, Angus Mcleay and Tim Kroenert as they discuss the tensions between belonging and belief.
Tickets go on sale at 9am Friday 21 July. This session is able to be booked on a Festival Pass.
Supported by Eureka Street
Angus McLeay is an ordained Anglican minister, human rights advocate and businessman. He has bachelor and master degrees in theology and has...
Na’ama Carlin holds a PhD in sociology from UNSW. Her research concerns Jewish ritual circumcision, social theories of violence and...
Tim Kroenert is editor of the Melbourne-based politics and culture journal Eureka Street, where he has been based since 2007. Prior to...