Speaker Archive

Browse our speakers chronologically using the links to the left, or use the search function at the top of the page to search for a particular speaker or lecture series.

Jul 16 2017

The Reformation and the Origins of the “Reformed” Movement

Bruce Douglass is Associate Professor and Political Theory Field Chair in the Department of Government of Georgetown University, and the director of the Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington. 

Jul 9 2017

Why Should Anyone Care about the Reformation?: Martin Luther and the 500th Anniversary of Protestantism

R. Ward Holder is Associate Professor of Theology at St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH. He is the author of "John Calvin and the Grounding of Biblical Interpretation: Calvin’s First Commentaries."

Jul 2 2017

Contemporary American Evangelicalism: For Love of God and Country

John Lee is Pastor at The Rock Presbyterian Church and a Dean at The John Leland Center for Theological Studies. Lee is part of the company of teachers of the Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington. 

Jun 25 2017

Ending World Hunger in Our Time: A Realistic Goal for This Generation

NPC member Amelia Kegan is the Legislative Director of Domestic Policy for Friends Committee on National Legislation. An attorney, Amelia has also worked at a variety of other national non-profits, focusing on federal budget, tax, and low-income policy. She most recently spent six years at Bread for the World as the Deputy Director of Government Relations.

Jun 18 2017

The Bible and the Founders: How Scripture Shaped American Democracy

Daniel Dreisbach is a Professor in the School of Public Affairs at American University. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Oxford University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia. Dr. Dreisbach's research interests include constitutional law and the intersection of politics, law, and religion. Copies of his latest book,Reading the Bible with the Founding Fathers will be available for purchase.