In the Global Charter of Conscience, we plead for a civil public square with a space for each and every opinion, regardless whether the opinion is religiously or non-religiously motivated.
Our societies are increasingly diverse. There is beauty in variety, but it also comes with its challenges. On the market place of ideas, there might be quite a few we don’t like or even reject. We can wish these differences away but that’s not a very realistic scenario. So, how do we live together in all diversity? The Global Charter calls for open and respectful exchanges in the public sphere with a place for all, religious or non-religious, majority or minority.
Please, read the introduction to the Global Charter of Conscience here, and some Biblical thoughts on the Charter here.