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Robert P. George lectures on constitutional law, civil liberties, and philosophy of law at Princeton University, where he is the McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence. George also serves as the director of Princeton's James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions. A native of West Virginia, George holds his JD and MTS from Harvard's Law and Divinity Schools and his DPhil from Oxford University.

In November of 2009, George helped draft the Manhattan Declaration, which urges the church to defend life, marriage, and family and religious freedom. In 2012 Dr. George was appointed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. In the past, he has served as a member of the President's Council on Bioethics and as a presidential appointee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights.

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Cost:
$55 prior to January 23, 2015
$65 after January 23, 2015
$25 Student Rate



Eighth Day Symposium

A mere Christian Gathering for the renewal of culture through the stimulation of heart & mind. Organized by Eighth Day Institute and hosted by St. George Orthodox Christian Cathedral.

Featuring James K. A. Smith, Rod Dreher, Bishop James Conley, James Kushiner, and others. Plus A Thursday evening reception at Eighth Day Books and a Friday evening banquet for the Feast of St. Athanasius the Great.

Information and Registration


Touchstone

Identity Thievery

In Christ All Sinners Are Truly Made New

Salvo

Cohabitation

Marriage Lite or the New Concubinage?

Touchstone

Multiplication Tabled

on the Problem of Preaching About "Responsible Parenthood"

Salvo

Tethered Professor

Dr. Eric Hedin & the Contested Boundaries of Science

Touchstone

A Divine Gift of the Muses

The Great Epics Are Theological & Mark the Hard Path to Beatitude

Salvo

Prized Fighter

An Interview with Star Parker

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