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Should Christians Support
Free Market Capitalism?

LIVE DEBATE IN NYC!

APRIL 20 6:30pm

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Resolution: To Promote a Christian vision of human flourishing, Christians should support free market capitalism.

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Bob Murphy

for the affirmative

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Tony Campolo

for the Negative

APRIL 20 6:30pm

Cash Bar Open at 5:45pm

NYC Subculture Theatre, 45 Bleecker St. NYC

Hosted by The Soho Forum
and co-sponsored by
The Libertarian Christian Institute

Debate Postponed

It is with regret that the Bob Murphy vs. Tony Campolo debate at the Soho Forum on April 20 will be postponed due to the health concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus. Recently all parties involved discussed the situation, and we believe that the best choice for all involved is to hold the event at a later date, once there are clear signals that the situation is improving rather than worsening.

Here is the official statement from The Soho Forum:

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, we have decided it is our responsibility to postpone the event and err on the side of safety. Please note that we are not canceling the event. We plan to reschedule as soon as there are clear signals that the situation in NYC is improving rather than worsening.

At this time, your ticket to the event will be considered a credit to be applied to the rescheduled debate. We hope this will not interfere with your plans to attend, but if it does, we are happy to offer refunds or trade-ins to other debates in our 2020 season. You can request a refund via Eventbrite or write to jane@thesohoforum.org to request a trade-in.

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