Join us for an engaging and informative evening with Rob Rogers, a prominent local activist, and political candidate, as he shares his insights and concerns about the current social, political, and religious landscape in the United States. The event will commence with a 20-30 minute presentation by Mr. Rogers, followed by a moderated discussion in which all attendees are encouraged to participate.
Date & Time: May 10th, 6:00 PMLocation: Ruth Holley Library, 685 N Murray Blvd, near Platte.
Recently, Mr. Rogers' growing concerns about the role of religion in politics have led him to become more involved in local politics. As a candidate for a state legislative seat, he has been vocal about the influx of new power groups within school boards and the influence of religious activists, such as those adhering to the Seven Mountains Mandate, in various political spheres.
During one recent incident, Mr. Rogers observed a County Commissioners meeting and was appalled to see the session begin with an overtly sectarian, politically-motivated prayer. This experience prompted him to address the county commissioners with letters outlining the legal implications and appropriateness of prayers in public meetings.
At this event, Rob Rogers will share these and other experiences, as well as his ideas and observations about the current state of affairs, focusing on the influence of religious ideologies in local and national politics. The open discussion that follows will provide an opportunity for attendees to engage with Mr. Rogers and each other in a meaningful dialogue.
This meeting is free and open to the public.
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