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Berner title explores pluralism and public education

Berner title explores pluralism and public education

"No One Way to School," by Ashley Berner, explores pluralism and American public education.

Lectures from the Restoring Religious Freedom Conference available on YouTube

Lectures from the Restoring Religious Freedom Conference available on YouTube

Lectures from the 2016 Restoring Religious Freedom Conference, "Law, Religion, Equality, and Dignity," are available on YouTube.

Fourth McDonald lecture series will feature organ concert

Fourth McDonald lecture series will feature organ concert

The fourth McDonald Distinguished Scholar Lectures on Christian Scholarship will be held at April 3 and 4 at Candler School of Theology. "The Reformation and Law: 500th Anniversary Perspectives" will be a scholarly celebration of the contributions of the Protestant Reformation to the transformation of theology, art, music, liturgy, church life, politics, economics, and the law. The celebration will include a Bach organ concert by Timothy Albrecht and Presentation of Reformation archives by Pat Graham.

Goldfeder speaks at United Nations

Goldfeder speaks at United Nations

CSLR Lecturer Mark Goldfeder spoke at the United Nations on drawing lines between religious discrimination and the First Amendment.