At the Christianity and National Security Conference in Washington, DC, Jennifer Patterson talked about the social dimensions of religious freedom and public diplomacy.
Jennifer A. PattersonNovember 15, 2021
At the Christianity and National Security Conference in Washington, DC, Nigel Biggar, Daniel Strand, and Marc LiVecche participated in a panel discussion about the just war tradition. Biggar covered the tradition for today while Strand talked about Paul Ramsey’s contribution and LiVecche explained Reinhold Niebuhr’s relationship with the tradition.
Nigel Biggar & Marc LiVecche & Daniel StrandNovember 11, 2021
At the Christianity and National Security Conference, Paul Marshall gave a lecture on the history of Christian-Muslim relations.
Paul MarshallNovember 10, 2021
Speaking at the Museum of the Bible in DC, Walter Russell Mead, Jonathan Silver, and Catherine Pakaluk discussed the Magna Carta’s legacy of liberty.
Walter Russell Mead & Jonathan Silver & Catherine PakalukNovember 9, 2021
During Providence’s Christianity and National Security Conference, Elbridge Colby discussed US-China relations.
Elbridge ColbyNovember 8, 2021
On October 28, Megan Reiss spoke at the Christianity and National Security Conference about the role of faith and ethics in American foreign policy.
Megan ReissNovember 5, 2021
Eric Patterson opened Providence’s Christianity and National Security Conference in Washington, DC. His talk gave an introduction to Christian realism and considered Afghanistan as a case study.
Eric PattersonNovember 4, 2021