Q, a non-profit organization based in New York City, describes itself as “a place leaders can explore what that might look like and how God’s intention is showing up in the lives of their peers and the cultural projects they create.”
This, of course, means that a diverse set of Christian ideals are considered when it comes to tackling issues pertaining to sin in the world. So conservatives like Richard Land and liberals like Jim Wallis will be sharing the same stage, but will likely be illustrating very different ideals. Still, they will be seeking out areas of agreement.
In fact, according to the Sojourners web site, Wallis and Land will be appearing on stage together for a special, moderated discussion:
Jim Wallis, President and CEO of Sojourners, and Dr. Richard Land, President of The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, will engage in a lively moderated conversation about the important issues that are at stake in the 2012 presidential election. While Wallis and Land often hold opposing political opinions, this dialogue will reveal some surprising common ground between these Christian thought leaders.