new book from Perry Glanzer: Restoring the Soul of the University https://t.co/vAQ44g5M2t @ivpacademic
American Violence: The Long Civil War https://t.co/FvxCYguKFL Philip Jenkins, @anxious_bench
Mark Pike Lecture on "Narnian Virtues and Character Education" Apr. 4 at #Baylor https://t.co/BOrBugli2x
Ann Killebrew Lecture - "The Emergence of Israel in Bible and Archaeology" https://t.co/LqlzLuLTPi
#Baylor provost L. Gregory Jones: "Learning intuition" https://t.co/5REQLaZfhg
Early Syriac Christian Reactions to the Rise of Islam, Michael Philip Penn talk at #Baylor - YouTube https://t.co/PuYbjJvlZx
A Reasonable Reading List for Medieval Christianity: Part 2 https://t.co/hHj8ULFpwd @bethallisonbarr @anxious_bench
Ben Franklin’s Calvinist Father | Thomas Kidd, @TGC https://t.co/yZ6fk3haqG
Exploring the Ancient Gospels of Ethiopia - Christian Sahner @MarginaliaROB https://t.co/VxCcpGpAf6
The Benedict Option and the Way of Exchange | Alan Jacobs | @firstthingsmag https://t.co/D94KsDHJtF

Jack Friedman

FriedmanJack Friedman is the project manager of American Charter of Freedom of Religion and Conscience. Prior to joining the Institute for Studies of Religion, Jack worked as research assistant for the Religious Freedom Project at Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, where he co-authored the introduction to Eternity in our Hearts? Exploring the Anthropological Roots of Religion and Religious Freedom (forthcoming 2017) and served as co-editor of Religious Freedom and Gay Rights: Emerging Conflicts in the United States and Europe (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2016). Jack holds an M.A. in Philosophy from American University (Washington, DC), where he studied political theory at the intersection of religion and politics. Previously, he graduated from Elon University (Elon, NC) in 2011 with a B.A. in Philosophy.