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Discourse Probes Effects of Parents’ Choice on Children’s Faith

Professors cite their recent books for commentary

Religious studies professors Brian Stiltner and Christel Manning discussed “Faith and Family Life: Choices Parents Make in the Changing American Landscape” at the Library Cafe on April 12. Their talk touched on points made in their recent books, Losing Our Religion: How Unaffiliated Parents are Raising Their Children, by Manning, and Toward Thriving Communities: Virtue Ethics as Social Ethics, by Stiltner. The event was sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies and the Ryan Matura Library.