Here I Stand

Discipleship and the Role of Conscience

In a world deeply divided by partisan politics, racial tensions, and religious convictions, “taking a stand” has become more important and more difficult than ever.

Presented by Dr. Theodor Dieter

Sponsored by
LEAD and Christ the King Lutheran Church

Saturday, October 17, 2020
10:00am-12:00pm CST

Join us as we discover how to live and lead at a time when many are struggling, mired in a sea of competing relationships, convictions, and loyalties.

Dr. Theodor Dieter, renowned ecumenical leader and scholar from Strasbourg, France, will explore the role of conscience and how it can help us move beyond the mire, beyond the partisan, and beyond the divisions to live and lead.

Christ the King Lutheran Church (Houston Texas) and LEAD come together to sponsor this timely lecture by Dr. Theodor Dieter, (Director Emeritus of the Institute for Ecumenical Research, Strasbourg. The Institute functions as the “think tank” re: Ecumenical and Inter-Religious Relations for the Lutheran World Federation).

Dr. Theodor Dieter

has served in a number of critical roles, including advisor to Pope Benedict XVI. With his expertise in Lutheran confessional and historical theology and his global experience, he will help church leaders in America to avoid the dangers of nationalist theocracy, on one hand, and the too familiar error of political passivity on the other. Read more.