Peter Wehner, a committed Christian, well-known journalist, and Senior Fellow at The Ethics and Public Policy Center, will present “How Christians Can Flourish in an Increasingly Adversarial Culture.” He writes widely on political, cultural, religious, and national-security issues for numerous publications—including the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Financial Times, the Weekly Standard, National Affairs, Christianity Today and Time magazine. In 2015 he was named a contributing opinion writer for theNew York Timesand he contributes regularly to Commentarymagazine’s blog “Contentions.” He has also appeared as a commentator on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, and C-SPAN television and appears frequently on national talk radio programs.
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Jan 31 2016
Plenary Presentation: "How Christians Can Flourish in an Increasingly Adversarial Culture"
Oct 3 2015
Science and the Soul: Fall Conference
Psychiatrist and author Curt Thompson leads us in a consideration of how faith in God actually changes our brain – the way we think and relate to others leads to deeper, closer connections with God and the people we love.
Aug 30 2015
NPC Youth middle and high school students share photos and experiences from their summer 2015 mission trips to the Dominican Republic and rural Virginia.
Aug 23 2015
An Ancient Path to Balance in Life: Saints, Sleep, and Sanity
Karen Wright Marsh shares insights from two ancient formative figures, St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, who can provide a path to balance in our lives today. Karen directs Theological Horizons, a strategic ministry that supports Christians in academia on the campus of University of Virginia.
Aug 16 2015
Religion and Rebellion: What’s Next for the Arab World?
Veteran Columnist and former Middle East Bureau Chief for The Washington Post Tom Lippman shares his insight and experience as he reflects on the current situation in the Middle East, especially in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Mr. Lippman currently serves as adjunct scholar for the Middle East Institute. He is the author of several books.