VIDEO: Peter Wehner at University of Chicago with Gerson, Axelrod
EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared at an event at the University of Chicago titled “Restoring American Civility.” The event featured a conversation between Mr. Wehner and Michael Gerson moderated by David Axelrod.
The Bible Has Long Deserved a Museum. Now It Finally Has One.
The new Museum of the Bible tells the story of Scripture in an honest, comprehensive, and compelling way.
VIDEO: Peter Wehner Discusses Senate Democrats’ Report on Russia, 2016 Election
On January 10, 2018, EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle to discuss Senate Democrats’ release of a report on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election, plus more. Click here to watch the segment.
How Can I Possibly Believe That Faith Is Better Than Doubt?
Perhaps the key to understanding why faith is prized within the Christian tradition is that it involves trust that would not be needed if the existence of God were subject to a mathematical proof.
Recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital Is Recognizing Reality
President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was a recognition of reality, even as his critics insist that we inhabit the world of make-believe.
VIDEO: Peter Wehner on Evangelicals and the GOP
EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on “CNN Tonight” with host Don Lemon to discuss his recent New York Times op-ed “Why I Can No Longer Call Myself an Evangelical Republican.”
VIDEO: Peter Wehner on Allegations against Trump, Moore
EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on MSNBC Live with Velshi & Ruhle to discuss President Trump and the U.S. Senate campaign of Roy Moore in Alabama.
VIDEO: Peter Wehner Discusses Trump, Moore Senate Campaign
EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner joined MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to discuss his most recent New York Times column, the Trump presidency, and the U.S. Senate campaign of Roy Moore.
Why I Can No Longer Call Myself an Evangelical Republican
For now a solid majority of Republicans and self-described evangelicals are firmly aboard the Trump train, which is doing its utmost to give a seat of privilege to U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. So for those of us who still think of ourselves as conservative and Christian, it’s enough already.
VIDEO: Peter Wehner at Fordham University Event “Morality in America”
The Fordham Center on Religion and Culture hosted a panel discussion on changing concepts and boundaries of morality in the United States, with a focus on changing perceptions of the media and politics.