Respected author and orator, Joshua Charles will be the keynote speaker at the Thomas More College Institute for Religious Liberty’s academic symposium in February.
Charles is best known for his book Liberty’s Secrets: the Lost Wisdom of America’s Founders and the #1 New York Times best-selling book The Original Argument, which he co-authored with Glenn Beck.
Charles is also a writer/researcher at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. and travels the world giving lectures on how the Bible has impacted human civilization.
Charles’ address will be part of a two-day academic symposium to be held February 17 and 18 on the campus of Thomas More College. This is the second annual event hosted by the Institute for Religious Liberty and will feature additional experts on the topic of freedom of religious practice.
The Institute for Religious Liberty was established by Thomas More College President David A. Armstrong, J.D. in 2015 after several local business and educational leaders discussed the need to celebrate and educate others about the constitutional privilege, and right, to freely worship and practice religion.
The Institute strives to accomplish its mission through education and dialogue in the form of academic symposiums and lectures featuring the most accomplished speakers in this field.
The event will take place at the Connor Convocation Center on the campus of Thomas More College
7:30-9 p.m. Joshua Charles; Keynote Address; followed by a panel discussion focusing on the book Liberty’s Secrets: The Lost Wisdom of America’s Founders and the historical perspective it provides to the concept of religious liberty as an inalienable right.
Thomas More College’s own J.T. Spence, Ph.D. and Hunter Baker, J.D., Ph.D. of Union University in Jackson, Tennessee will offer commentary on Mr. Charles’ work after the keynote address.
For more information visit thomasmore.edu