Women’s Colloquy at Christ the King in Alexandria


Red God, Blue God: Religion, Politics and the Media 

Mr. Michael Cromartie

Some of the most critical issues in our national dialogue rest at the intersection of religion and public policy. Everywhere we turn, the issue of “the faith angle” keeps coming up. Many members of the national media recognize this as well. They embrace their role as responsible stewards of our national conversation and they realize that a deficit in knowledge about their fellow citizens’ religious convictions can hamper their coverage. Our speaker will discuss “the faith angle.”

Michael Cromartie is Vice President at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and he directs both the Evangelicals in Civic Life and Faith Angle Forum programs. Appointed to a 6 year term in 2005 by President George W. Bush, Mr Cromartie served on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, much of that time as Chairman. A senior advisor to the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life and a senior fellow with The Trinity Forum, Mr. Cromartie is also an advisory editor of Christianity Today. He has been a guest lecturer at Christ the King Adult Education and Formation.

Colloquy CtKAlexandria conducts uniquely worldview-focused lectures for women concerned with the biblical and theological implications of faith in Jesus Christ on our lives, our vocations and our culture.

Judith Palafoutas             Susan Reiter

Ann-Thomas Johnston     Emily Dunhan

Melanie Hartman             Kelsey Zorzi

Samantha Sewall             Katherine Doster

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ColloquyCTKAlexandria@gmail.com or

jgjpalafoutas@comcast.net

Cell the day of the event: 202-302-5392



Del Ray United Methodist Church
100 E. Windsor Ave.
Alexandria, VA 22301

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