Events

Faith Angle Forum: January 2002

-Dr. Roy Mottahedeh and Jay Tolson: “Islam: A Primer”
-Dr. Samuel Huntington: “Religion, Culture, & International Conflict”
-Bruce Hoffman and Jeffrey Goldberg: “Religion & Terrorism”

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Evangelical Institutional and Activity Inventory Conference

Over the past two decades, many American evangelicals have overcome their traditional resistance to political engagement to become involved in…

 

Faith Angle Forum: June 2000

-Stephen L. Carter and Jeffrey Rosen: “God’s Name in Vain: The Wrongs & Rights of Religion in Politics”
-Dr. Jean Bethke Elshtain and William McGurn: “How Should We Talk? Religion & Public Discourse”
-Dr. James L. Guth and Michael Barone: “Impact of Religion on Political Alignments: An Overview”
-Dr. Leo P. Ribuffo and David Shribman: “The New Christian Right in Historical Context”

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Faith Angle Forum: September 1999

-Jack Wertheimer: “Can the Jews Survive America?”
-Dr. Nathan Hatch and Dr. Grant Wacker: “Evangelicalism & American Life”
-George Weigel: “New Century, New Story Line: Catholics in America”

Events

 

Twentieth Annual Tertio Millenio Seminar

Tertio Millennio Seminar on the Free Society Kraków, Poland July 2011 The Tertio Millennio Seminar on the Free Society was founded…

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The Enemy Within

In this summer’s movie series, EPPC Resident Scholar James Bowman presents five films on the subject of loyalty and betrayal….

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Pope Benedict XVI and the Future of the Catholic Church

EPPC Senior Fellow George Weigel’s bestselling biography of Pope John Paul II, Witness to Hope, set the standard by which…

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2013 National Religious Freedom Conference

On May 30, leaders of diverse faiths will join forces with bipartisan legislators from across the country to defend religious freedom for all at the 2013 National Religious Freedom Conference, sponsored by EPPC’s American Religious Freedom Program.

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The Myth of Hitler’s Pope

Was Pope Pius XII secretly in league with Adolf Hitler? No, says Rabbi David G. Dalin?but there was a cleric in…

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William E. Simon Lecture

World War I was a civilizational cataclysm and its effects are much among us. In his thirteenth annual William E. Simon Lecture, EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel explores both the perennial question of why the Great War happened and the typically unexplored, but perhaps more urgent, question of why World War I continued—and what the answers to that second question disclose about the state of western civilization today.

Articles, Events

 

Remembering Karol Wojtyla

EPPC was pleased to host a free public showing of Witness to Hope, the 2001 documentary based on the definitive…

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2014 Bradley Symposium

“America’s Prospects: Promise and Peril” Economic, political, and demographic trend-lines in American life In the bustle of daily politics, it…

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