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Spring 2019 Interview Series

April 2-10, 2019

We have an exciting line up of newsmakers this semester! Join us in the Barbara Hodel Center Coffee House and Lobby for any or all of our ten interviews this April. We are looking forward to seeing you there!

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Spring 2019 Interviewees

 

Justin Giboney: The "And Campaign" for Redemptive Justice

Atlanta attorney and political strategist. Co-chair of Obama for America's Gen-44-Atlanta Initiative

12:20pm

 Justin Giboney

Emma Green: The Washington Merry-Go-Round

Staff writer at The Atlantic, covering politics, policy, and religion

12:40pm

Emma Green

 

 

 

Daniel Darling: How Christian Can Have a Positive Impact on American Society

Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission vice president and the author of The Dignity Campaign

12:20pm

 Daniel Darling

 

 

John Peckham: How to Square God's Omniscience, Omnipotence, & Loving Character with the Enormity of Suffering in the World

Author of The Theodicy of Love

4:20pm

 John Peckham

 

Stephanos Bibas: How Christians Should Think Through Criminal Justice Reform

Circuit Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, who previously was a professor of law and criminology at the University of Pennsylvania Law School

12:40pm

 Staphanos Bibas

 

Rosaria Butterfield: From Lesbian to Christian & the Importance of Christian Hospitality

Author of The Gospel Comes With a House Key and other books

11:00am

 Rosaria Butterfield

 

Brian Miller: Inside the Government

Has served as Senior Counsel to the Deputy Attorney General, Special Counsel on Healthcare Fraud, Inspector General for the U.S. General Services Administration, and is a Special Adviser to the International Association of Independent Corporate Monitors

12:40pm

Brian Miller 

 

 

Timothy Carney: Underlying reasons for the Trump victory in 2016, and a look forward to 2020.

Commentary  editor of Washington Examiner and author of one of 2019's most incisive books so far, Alienated America

4:20pm

 Timothy Carney

 

Taylor Barkley & Elise Daniel: The Libertarian Option

Washington communications and technology staffers, and authors of Called to Freedom: How You Can Be Christian & Libertarian

12:20pm

 Taylor Barkley 2

 

 

Karl Zinsmeister: How to Become a Philanthropist

Chief domestic policy adviser to President George W. Bush, now vice president of Philanthropy Roundtable

5:45pm

 Karl Zinsmeister

 

Kelly Shackelford: Religious Freedom Cases in Maryland & Elsewhere

CEO of First Liberty Institute, a Texas-based nonprofit legal firm dedicated to defending religious freedom

12:40pm

 Kelly Shackelford 2

 

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