Daniel Dreisbach is a Professor in the School of Public Affairs at American University. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Oxford University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia. Dr. Dreisbach's research interests include constitutional law and the intersection of politics, law, and religion. Copies of his latest book,Reading the Bible with the Founding Fathers will be available for purchase.
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Jun 18 2017
The Bible and the Founders: How Scripture Shaped American Democracy
Jun 11 2017
Good Sports: Reflections of a (Presbyterian) Pioneer in Sports Journalism
Christine Brennan is a national sports columnist for USA Today, a commentator for CNN, PBS NewsHour and NPR’s Morning Edition and best-selling author of Inside Edge and Best Seat in the House.
Jun 4 2017
The Unintended Reformation
Joseph Small served for many years as the Director of Theology, Worship and Education for the PCUSA. He is the author of several books including To Be Reformed: Living the Tradition.
May 28 2017
Who is My Neighbor? Hospitality in a Climate of Fear
Todd Green is Associate Professor of Religion at Luther College and author of The Fear of Islam: An Introduction to Islamophobia in the West. He is completing a year-long Franklin Fellowship at the State Department.
Jan 29 2017
Challenges and Opportunities Facing Christian Higher Education
Dr. Beck Taylor, President of Whitworth University, a Presbyterian-related college, guides us in an examination of the issues facing Christian colleges today. There are many issues unique to Christ-centered education, namely, how to find the right balance between rigorous intellectual inquiry and the integration of convictions grounded in Christian faith.