Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Seminary is Featured in National Catholic Reporter
Johnston (right) in "National Catholic Reporter"
In an article in the National Catholic Reporter, Fuller Professor of Theology and Culture Robert Johnston highlights
the success of the Windrider Forum,
held in conjunction with the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The forum brings together films and filmmakers for community dialogues on topics of religious
faith, culture, and social change. In
its ninth year, the event has expanded from 40 to 120 people, Johnston said.
The article quotes Johnston's comments about the ecumenical nature of Windrider, specifically the involvement of those of the Catholic faith. "For the last four years, the leadership from Angelus
Awards from Family Theater Productions (headed by Holy Cross Fr. Wilfred
Raymond) were deeply engaged and brought Angelus Award-winning filmmakers and
their films to the forum and engaged in conversation,” Johnston said in a
question-and-answer session during the forum.
“The hope is that film and theology students from Catholic universities
will participate in the Windrider Forum in the future."
To read the full article, click here.