Join us for a discussion by Tyler Wigg-Stevenson on his current book project, tentatively titled, "The Bomb and Global Faith: Why the Cold War’s legacy holds the key to the crises of the third millennium." Tyler is the founder of the Two Futures Project, a non-partisan advocacy organization that encourages policy leaders to visualize a world without nuclear weapons. Before founding the Two Futures Project, he served as a one-time policy analyst for former U.S. Senator Alan Cranston (D-CA) as well as a Baptist minister.
I'm moving to DC in a couple of weeks and looking for ways to get plugged into the city
Joel, interested in all things theological.
This sounds awesome! Can not wait to sit in on a session!
I am a son of my Father. Who do you say that I am?
Hello, I'm interested in learning more about Theology
Great to have a chance to discuss such topics with like minded folks.
Howdy! My name is John.
I'm interested in this group to network with other believers and attend speaker events.
Hi everyone :)
Hi, I live and work in the D.C. area and the description of this group sounds very interesting.
New to the area. Interested in theology.
I am also in the Emerging-Christianity-Conversation meet-up
Lover of all things tech and talk.
I'm very interested in all the topics you mention and would like to join the group.
I am a universalist Quaker with more interest in questions than answers.
Hi. I'm interested in this group.
Hi. I'm a regular churchgoer and always interested in good discussions on faith and Christianity.
Nonprofit fundraiser living in DC.
Hi! I am a ELCA Lutheran looking forward to meeting a fun group of people! :)
Hi! I'm interested in this topic as a Catholic tree-hugger. Look forward to seeing you all soon!
I started the group because there wasn't any other type of group like this. I've met some great folks in the group who have become close friends and have also met some amazing business owners.
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