Come and hear Vancouver Sun writer Douglas Todd speak on
“Standing up for liberal Christianity: 12 things to celebrate about this creative “middle way”.”
Join us to consider if the 12 identity markers he gives the “liberal church” are true for you/us.
Thursday, Feb. 25th at 10 a.m.
Douglas Todd is an award-winning Vancouver Sun writer on spirituality, ethics and diversity. Todd has twice taken first place in the Templeton Religion Reporter of the Year Award for top religion reporter in the secular media in North America. He also has won three awards for opinion writing from the American Academy of Religion. In addition, Todd took first place for the James O. Supple Religion Feature Writer of the Year Award, which honours the best in-depth writing and analysis of religious issues on the continent. He received a National Newspaper Award for a feature on his father’s struggle with mental illness. Douglas is the author of two books, including one which features spiritual profiles based on interviews with John Irving, Bruce Cockburn, Mordecai Richler, Robertson Davies, Carol Shields and others.