Bible in the Public Square opening speaker, Jacques Berlinerblau (Georgetown University), discusses the lack of what he terms "Faith and Values campaigning" in the current presidential election campaign. Read More
Professor John Fea (Messiah College), who will present a paper entitled: "Does America Have a Biblical Heritage?" at the 2012 Bible in the Public Square Conference, discusses what many Americans think about the founding of the United States. Read More
Conference presenter Melissa Rogers, Director, Center for Religion and Public Affairs, Wake Forest University Divinity School, discusses Obama's distinction between civil marriage and religious marriage, and the tenor of the debate surrounding the issue of same-sex marriages. Read More
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The Bible in the Public Square will be a unique 2-day conference with experts speaking to the role of the Bible in everything from Public Schools and American Politics, to the Middle East and popular culture.
Conference information may be found at the following links: