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Faith and Reason Sabbath School Apr. 20: legal, public policy, and religious liberty issues

The Faith and Reason Sabbath School meets Saturday, April 20, at 10:00 A.M. EDT.  Socializing starts at 9:30 am.

This Sabbath Jonathan Scriven and Nick Miller sit down with several Washington Adventist University Roy Branson Fellows to discuss their work for religious and public policy organizations in the D.C. area on a variety of legal, public policy, and religious liberty issues.  

The Roy Branson Fellowship Program is an initiative of WAU’s Center for Law and Public Policy, and was inspired by the legacy of Roy Branson, who was also a leader of our Faith and Reason class for many years. Last week we saw the work of young Adventist creatives (Sonscreen film Festival), this week we hear from young Adventist student scholars and how living at the intersection of faith, law and public policy has invigorated and changed them.   

Jonathan Scriven is the associate director of the Honors College and professor of political studies. Nick Miller is a professor of religion and law at WAU and a professor at Andrews Seminary.  Together they serve as co-directors of the Center for Law and Public Policy.  

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