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Daniel Dreisbach, Dean Nelson, Ryan Bangert On today's show, hosted by Joseph Backholm:

Daniel Dreisbach, professor of legal studies at American University, sets the record straight on American history.
Dean Nelson, FRC’s senior fellow for African American affairs and the executive director of Human Coalition Action, remembers Frederick Douglass’ Fourth of July speech in context.
Ryan Bangert, senior counsel and vice president for legal strategy at Alliance Defending Freedom, provides an update on the Jack Phillip’s Masterpiece Cakeshop case and the College of the Ozarks’ fight to keep separate dorms for men and women.
Daniel Dreisbach, Dean Nelson, Ryan Bangert On today's show, hosted by Joseph Backholm: Daniel Dreisbach, professor of legal studies at American University, sets the record straight on American history; Dean Nelson, FRC's senior fellow for African American affairs and the executive director
Daniel Dreisbach, Dean Nelson, Ryan Bangert On today's show, hosted by Joseph Backholm:

Daniel Dreisbach, professor of legal studies at American University, sets the record straight on American history.
Dean Nelson, FRC’s senior fellow for African American affairs and the executive director of Human Coalition Action, remembers Frederick Douglass’ Fourth of July speech in context.
Ryan Bangert, senior counsel and vice president for legal strategy at Alliance Defending Freedom, provides an update on the Jack Phillip’s Masterpiece Cakeshop case and the College of the Ozarks’ fight to keep separate dorms for men and women.
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On today's show, hosted byJoseph Backholm:
Daniel Dreisbach, professor of legal studies at American University, sets the record straight on American history.Dean Nelson, FRC’s senior fellow for African American affairs and the executive director of Human Coalition Action, remembers Frederick Douglass’Fourth of July speech in context.Ryan Bangert, senior counsel and vice president for legal strategy at Alliance Defending Freedom, provides an update on the Jack Phillip’s Masterpiece Cakeshop case and the College of the Ozarks’ fight to keep separate dorms for men and women.
Daniel Dreisbach, Pete Ricketts, Bob Fu, Andrew Brunson Today’s show features:

Daniel Dreisbach, Professor of legal studies at American University in Washington, D.C., on a history of religious freedom and Religious Freedom Day this Saturday, January 16.
Pete Ricketts, Governor of Nebraska, on his declaration recognizing Religious Freedom Day in Nebraska, and why the government must partner with faith communities.
Bob Fu, FRC’s Senior Fellow for International Religious Freedom, on his new book, “The Politics of Inclusive Pluralism: A Proposed Foundation for Religious Freedom in a Post-Communist, Democratic China.”
Andrew Brunson, an American pastor who was falsely accused and imprisoned while serving as a missionary in Turkey and author of “God’s Hostage,” on how his imprisonment prepared him for persecution, and how he believes persecution is coming to the US and the preparations the church must take to be ready.
Micah 4:4 and the Creation of an American Metaphor for Liberty | Dr. Daniel Dreisbach Dr. Daniel Dreisbach | Professor | American University
Micah 6:8 in the Political Literature of the American Founding | Dr. Daniel Dreisbach Dr. Daniel Dreisbach | Professor | American University
A Plain Answer: Reading the Bible with the Founding Fathers - Dr. Daniel Dreisbach How much influence did the Bible have on America's founding fathers and their culture? What about religious skeptics - was their thinking affected by the Scriptures? What about the modern notion of a "wall of separation" of church and state - was this sentiment part of the Colonial mindset in the 18th century? What affect did the First Great Awakening have on our nation as it contemplated separating out from under the rule of Great Britain? Were there good grounds for the Declaration of Independence and Revolution with Great Britain? Was resistance justified? Our guest is a professor at American University in Washington, DC. He holds a doctorate from Oxford, and a Juris Doctor from University of Virginia. He writes extensively about the intersection of religion, politics and law in the American founding. Participants: Dr. Daniel Dreisbach, Dan Elmendorf
Religious Freedom and the American Founding Fathers (with Daniel Dreisbach) With religious freedom under assault around the world and increasingly in the United States, it’s critical to go back to the American founding and hear from the founding fathers about how they viewed religious freedom, and why they enshrined it in the first amendment to the Constitution. Join us for this conversation with noted scholar Dr. Daniel Dreisbach about the religious beliefs of the founders and their views of religious freedom.

Show notes, including a full transcript, are available at: biola.edu/thinkbiblically
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