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Micah Watson, director of the center for politics and religion, introduces the speaker for the Constitutional Day Lecture, Adam Mcleod.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Micah Watson, director of the center for politics and religion, introduces the speaker for the Constitutional Day Lecture, Adam Mcleod. - Anne Richoux
Adam Mcleod, associate professor of law at Faulkner Univ., delivers the Constitutional Day Lecture entitled, "Union University: Constitutional Law Maker." - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Adam Mcleod, associate professor of law at Faulkner Univ., delivers the Constitutional Day Lecture entitled, "Union University: Constitutional Law Maker." - Anne Richoux
Students listen as Adam Mcleod, associate professor of law at Faulkner Univ., gives a lecture in the Penick Academic Complex.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Students listen as Adam Mcleod, associate professor of law at Faulkner Univ., gives a lecture in the Penick Academic Complex. - Anne Richoux
Adam Mcleod, associate professor of law at Faulkner Univ., speaks to students about constitutional law during the Constitution Day Lecture, sponsored by the department of political science and the center for politics and religion.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Adam Mcleod, associate professor of law at Faulkner Univ., speaks to students about constitutional law during the Constitution Day Lecture, sponsored by the department of political science and the center for politics and religion. - Anne Richoux
Hunter Baker, associate professor of political science, speaks at the Salt and Light conference at the Carl Grant Events Center. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Hunter Baker, associate professor of political science, speaks at the Salt and Light conference at the Carl Grant Events Center. - Matt McDaniel
Hunter Baker, associate professor of political science, speaks at the Salt and Light conference, which was hosted by the Center for Politice and Religion. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Hunter Baker, associate professor of political science, speaks at the Salt and Light conference, which was hosted by the Center for Politice and Religion. - Matt McDaniel
Greg Thornbury, vice president for spiritual life and dean of the school of theology and missions, speaks on "Charles Colson: Legatee of the Carl F.H. Henry Theological Vision" during the Salt and Light in the Public Square conference. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Greg Thornbury, vice president for spiritual life and dean of the school of theology and missions, speaks on "Charles Colson: Legatee of the Carl F.H. Henry Theological Vision" during the Salt and Light in the Public Square conference. - Jacob Moore
Robert Gagnon, associate professor of the New Testament at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, speaks on "Rise from the Dead or Play Dead? Christians and the Public Debate on Homosexual Practice" during the Salt and Light in the Public Square conference. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Robert Gagnon, associate professor of the New Testament at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, speaks on "Rise from the Dead or Play Dead? Christians and the Public Debate on Homosexual Practice" during the Salt and Light in the Public Square conference. - Jacob Moore
Hal Poe, Charles Colson professor of faith and culture, speaks about Chuck Colson's last book "The Faith" during the Salt & Light conference  in the Carl Grant Events Center.  - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Hal Poe, Charles Colson professor of faith and culture, speaks about Chuck Colson's last book "The Faith" during the Salt & Light conference in the Carl Grant Events Center. - Olivia Wallace
Hal Poe, Charles Colson professor of faith and culture, speaks about Chuck Colson's last book "The Faith" during the Salt & Light conference sponsored by the Center for Politics and Religion. - Photo by Olivia Wallace
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Hal Poe, Charles Colson professor of faith and culture, speaks about Chuck Colson's last book "The Faith" during the Salt & Light conference sponsored by the Center for Politics and Religion. - Olivia Wallace
Garland Hunt, president of Prison Fellowship Ministries, speaks on "Passion for the Least'" during the Salt and Light in the Public Square conference in the Carl Grant Events Center. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Garland Hunt, president of Prison Fellowship Ministries, speaks on "Passion for the Least'" during the Salt and Light in the Public Square conference in the Carl Grant Events Center. - Jacob Moore
Russell Moore, senior vice president for academic administration at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, speaks on "Recovering a Marriage Culture" during the Salt and Light in the Public Square conference. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Russell Moore, senior vice president for academic administration at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, speaks on "Recovering a Marriage Culture" during the Salt and Light in the Public Square conference. - Jacob Moore
Micah Watson, director of the center for politics and religion, asks for questions from the audience following a lecture from Peter Leithart (left), senior theology scholar at New Saint Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Micah Watson, director of the center for politics and religion, asks for questions from the audience following a lecture from Peter Leithart (left), senior theology scholar at New Saint Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho. - Anne Richoux
Peter Lawler speaks to Union students and faculty about politics and religion in the United States. Lawler is an author and Dana Professor of Government, as well as former chair of the department of Government and International Studies at Berry College in Rome, Georgia, and executive editor of the journal Perspectives on Political Science. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Peter Lawler speaks to Union students and faculty about politics and religion in the United States. Lawler is an author and Dana Professor of Government, as well as former chair of the department of Government and International Studies at Berry College in Rome, Georgia, and executive editor of the journal Perspectives on Political Science. - Zac Calvert
Peter Lawler, author and Dana Professor of Government, speaks to Union students and faculty about politics in the United States and changes that are occurring.  - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Peter Lawler, author and Dana Professor of Government, speaks to Union students and faculty about politics in the United States and changes that are occurring. - Zac Calvert
Peter Lawler, author and Dana Professor of Government, speaks to Union students and faculty about changes in ideologies and policies in United States politics. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Peter Lawler, author and Dana Professor of Government, speaks to Union students and faculty about changes in ideologies and policies in United States politics. - Zac Calvert
Peter Lawler, author and Dana Professor of Government, speaks to Union students and faculty about politics and changes that are coming in the United States. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Peter Lawler, author and Dana Professor of Government, speaks to Union students and faculty about politics and changes that are coming in the United States. - Zac Calvert
Sean Evans, chair of the department of political science, talks to a group of Union students prior to Matthew Anderson's lecture.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Sean Evans, chair of the department of political science, talks to a group of Union students prior to Matthew Anderson's lecture. - Anne Richoux
Micah Watson, director of the center of politics and religion, introduces the speaker, Matthew Anderson.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Micah Watson, director of the center of politics and religion, introduces the speaker, Matthew Anderson. - Anne Richoux
Matthew Anderson, author of “Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to Our Faith,”  lectures on "The Physical Body in Evangelical Practice and Politics."  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Matthew Anderson, author of “Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to Our Faith,” lectures on "The Physical Body in Evangelical Practice and Politics." - Anne Richoux
Matthew Anderson, author of “Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to Our Faith,” speaks to students and faculty about integrating the gospel in our discussion of controversial issues.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Matthew Anderson, author of “Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to Our Faith,” speaks to students and faculty about integrating the gospel in our discussion of controversial issues. - Anne Richoux
Matthew Anderson (right), author of “Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to Our Faith,” talks to students and faculty following his lecture. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Matthew Anderson (right), author of “Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to Our Faith,” talks to students and faculty following his lecture. - Anne Richoux

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