E.J. Dionne, Washington Post columnist, and Pete Wehner, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and contributing editor for the NY Times write from different “sides of the aisle,” with similar Christian conviction. The two share thoughts and insights from the perspective of their Christian faith as we approach the upcoming midterm elections.
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Sep 20 2018
Faith and Politics: An Evening Conversation
Aug 5 2018
“Spirituality for the Sent: The Place of Mission in Spiritual Formation”
Rev. Paul Tshihamba serves as the Vice President for Church Engagement for Congo Initiative-USA, after having spent 20 years as a pastor of missional engagement for two prominent PCUSA congregations.
Jul 29 2018
Washington's Favorite Theologian: Reinhold Niebuhr’s Conscience for an Uncivil Age
Rev. Dr. Stephen Crocco is the Director of the Yale Divinity School Library and former head librarian at Princeton Theological Seminary. An ordained PCUSA pastor, Steve holds a Ph.D. in religious ethics from Princeton University.
Jul 22 2018
"Fierce Convictions: The Life and Work of Hannah More – Poet and Abolitionist"
Dr. Karen Swallow Prior is Professor of English at Liberty University. Her writing has appeared in Christianity Today, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, The Gospel Coalition, Think Christian, and Relevant.
Jul 15 2018
"Christian Community in an Age of Loose Connections"
Dr. R. Bruce Douglass is Emeritus Associate Professor and Political Theory Field Chair in the Department of Government at Georgetown University. He is the outgoing director of the Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington.