Engaging Fundamentalism: Building Bridges in a Divided Society

Sat 10 AM | River

Peace Catalyst International

This interactive workshop invites participants to self-reflection, compassion, and a greater understanding of the roots, motivations, and ways to engage with modern fundamentalisms, offering a way forward to build bridges in divided times.

Katie Sturm

With over 20 years in ministry, interfaith, and peace-building work, Katie is passionate about building bridges in seemingly impossible situations between people of all backgrounds. Her work and research with the Irish School of Ecumenics’ Theological Fundamentalism Project and the Millenialism Project at LHU whet her appetite to better understand the traditions of her foundations (US Evangelicalism), and also gives her a unique insider-outsider perspective. She currently lives in Seattle with her husband and daughter and leads a small online tribe of “Dones” in their exploration of their spirituality.


188 Engaging Fundamentalism

Session #188