|The membership of Christians in Political Science is always well represented at the American Political Science Association’s annual meeting, and we are excited to see everyone this year in Washington, DC. Below are the details of CPS activities.|
NOTE: Both events are at the Washington Hilton, which is a little bit of a “hike” from the main conference locations at the Omni-Shorham and Marriott. APSA, however, runs a shuttle for registered attendees between the Hilton and Omni. Click here for more information and times.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Josh Bowman at email@example.com
|CPS Business Meeting and Fellowship|
CPS will hold its annual business meeting on Friday, August 30th
6:30-7:30pm at the Washington Hilton, in Columbia Room 11 on the
As is our custom, we will begin with a brief time of prayer and worship, before updating the membership on CPS activities, logistics and business. We will then enjoy a timely and engaging panel on the developing legislative initiative called “Fairness for All.” (Click here for an excellent summary of the initiative by CCCU). We’ll be joined by 3 distinguished individuals who will share their thoughts and get the conversation started:
Christen Price, Alliance Defending Freedom
Casey Pick, American Unity Fund
Stanley Carlson-Thies, Institutional Religious Freedom Alliance
We typically head out for dinner after the meeting, informally, as a group. All are welcome. See you there!
Sat, August 31st * 12:00 to 1:30pm,
Washington Hilton, Rock Creek
Political Sermons in the American RevolutionTo what extent were sermons used as political devices during the revolutionary era? These authors explore the influence of political sermons prior to and during the Revolutionary War.
Gregg L. Frazer, The Master’s Univ.
Darren Patrick Guerra, Biola Univ.
William T Reddinger, Regent Univ.
Stephen Webb, Louisiana State Univ.