On the Road in September

It will be a busy September.  In addition to the start of classes, I will be doing some talks and lectures on Was America Founded as a Christian Nation and other topics.  If you are in the area, stop by and say hello!

On September 16th, I will be at Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana.  I have the privilege of being there 2011 Constitution Day speaker.  I will give a chapel talk followed by an evening lecture sponsored by the college’s Lyceum Series on Faith and the Academy.

On the weekend of September 23-25 I will be up in Fort Ticonderoga speaking on the religious beliefs of the founding fathers at the Fort’s annual Seminar on the American Revolution.

The following weekend, September 29-30, I will be at Georgetown University in D.C. giving an address on the history of evangelical and politics to the members of Catholic and Evangelicals for the Common Good.  I believe that this is a closed meeting.

My other big task for the fall, in addition to teaching and chairing the Messiah College History Department, is to complete my newest book project: “The Power to Transform: A Christian Reflection on the Study of the Past.”  If all goes well, I hope it will appear sometime in late 2012 with Baker Academic.

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