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MAR 10 - Virtue Forum Luncheon

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March 10, 2017 - Virtue Forum Luncheon

Forgiveness in Theology and Politics

Mr. John-Mark Hart
Dissertation Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing

Photos of this event are now posted on the Institute's Flickr page

About John-Mark Hart

John-Mark Hart is a Dissertation Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing, a doctoral student in the English department of the University of Oklahoma, and the pastor of Christ Community Church in Oklahoma City. He holds masters degrees in theology (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) and American literature (University of Oklahoma). His academic interests include Christian social ethics, American studies, and biblical theology. John-Mark is currently writing a dissertation on the theology and praxis of peacemaking for Christians in the twenty-first century.  He frequently speaks to churches, schools, and non-profit organizations about issues related to the intersection of theology and culture. His article “Triune Beauty and the Ugly Cross: Towards a Theological Aesthetic” was recently published in The Tyndale Bulletin. John-Mark lives with his wife and four children in Oklahoma City.