Brent Walker: Religion and Politics: How did we do in 2012?

Brent Walker: Religion and Politics: How did we do in 2012?

In his third presentation for the 2013 Walter B. and Kay W. Shurden Lectures on Religious Liberty and Separation of Church and State, BJC Executive Director Brent Walker reflects on the 2012 election cycle and examines what the results show about the current relationship between religion and politics in America.

The 2013 Shurden Lectures (centered around the theme of “Religious Liberty and Church-State Separation: Oh, What a Touchy Subject!”) were held on the campus of Stetson University in DeLand, Fla. For more information on the lecture series, visit www.BJConline.org/lectures.

Click here to watch the video of this lecture.

Visit the BJC’s iTunes channel for a downloadable version of this lecture and other BJC podcasts.

Click here for the podcast of lecture #1: First Principles: God-given, but government protected.
Click here for the video of lecture #1.

Click here for the podcast of lecture #2: First Freedoms: Accommodate religion, but don’t advance it.
Click here for the video of lecture #2.

Click here for a complete wrap-up of the 2013 Shurden Lectures, from the April 2013 Report from the Capital.