|Erwin Hall, Marietta College|
On January 22-24 I will be at Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio. I will be spending some time with the Marietta History Department and doing a lecture based on Was America Founded as a Christian Nation?
I will be heading to Pittsburgh on February 15-17 where I will once again be doing a breakout session at "Jubilee," the annual conference of the CCO. I will be speaking on the relationship between Christianity and the study of history, with much of the material drawn from my forthcoming, Why Study History: Reflecting on the Importance of the Past. Speaking of this book, I just saw the cover art yesterday and it looks great. When Baker gives me the "OK" to share it I will post it to the blog. One of the highlights of the Jubilee conference is getting to browse the Hearts & Minds booktable. Byron Borger always has a nice spread.
I will be in a very different venue on February 20. Jacques Berlinerblau, the author of How to Be Secular: A Call to Arms for Religious Freedom, has invited me to do a plenary session at his Georgetown University conference on secularism in America, France, and Israel. From what I understand, Jacques will be doing a Q&A with me about the themes I wrote about in Was America Founded as a Christian Nation?
|GW Masonic Memorial|
On March 8-9 I will fly out to Chicagoland where I will be the men's retreat speaker at the First Presbyterian Church of Evanston, IL. The topic for my series of talks is yet to be decided. Stay tuned.
The Winter speaking season ends with a lecture on Christian America at the annual meeting of Ye Olde Sulphur Springs Historical Society in York Springs, PA.
|1st Presbyterian, Evanston, IL|