Podcasts

2015 Religious Liberty Essay Scholarship Contest

Learn more about the 2015 Religious Liberty Essay Scholarship Contest in this podcast from the Baptist Joint Committee.

Melissa Rogers speaks at 2014 RLC Luncheon

This episode of the Baptist Joint Committee Podcast features the 2014 Religious Liberty Council Luncheon keynote address delivered by Melissa Rogers, the executive director of White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.

Michael Meyerson on The False Divide: Religious Support for Separation of Church and State

Professor and author Michael Meyerson presents “The False Divide: Religious Support for the Separation of Church and State” at the 2014 Walter B. and Kay W. Shurden Lectures on Religious Liberty and Separation of Church and State.

Michael Meyerson on Freedom of Religion: The Framers’ Extraordinary Compromise

In his second and final presentation for the 2014 Walter B. and Kay W. Shurden Lectures on Religious Liberty and Separation of Church and State, Michael Meyerson discusses the how the Framers of our Constitution worked to ensure religious liberty in the United States.

Greece v. Galloway Podcast: Holly Hollman and Nan Futrell on upcoming prayer case

BJC General Counsel Holly Hollman and Staff Counsel Nan Futrell discuss the upcoming Supreme Court case of Town of Greece v. Galloway and explain the religious liberty principles at stake. You can listen to the podcast online or download it from the BJC's iTunes channel.

Suzii Paynter presents “Teacups, Tevye and the First Sixteen”

This is a podcast of the 2013 Religious Liberty Council Luncheon keynote address from Suzii Paytner, the Executive Coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. It is available on this web page and on the BJC’s iTunes channel.

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

BJC Executive Director Brent Walker reflects on the 2012 election cycle and the current relationship between religion and politics in the United States for the 2013 Shurden Lectures. You can listen to the lecture online or download it from the BJC’s iTunes channel.

Brent Walker: First Freedoms: Accommodate religion, but don’t advance it

BJC Executive Director Brent Walker discusses how government accommodates religion without advancing it in his second of three presentations for the 2013 Walter B. and Kay W. Shurden Lectures on Religious Liberty and Separation of Church and State. You can listen to the lecture online or download it from the BJC’s iTunes channel.

Brent Walker: First Principles: God-given, but government protected

BJC Executive Director Brent Walker delivers a lecture titled “First Principles: God-given, but government protected” for the 2013 Walter B. and Kay W. Shurden Lectures on Religious Liberty and Separation of Church and State. You can listen to the lecture online or download it from the BJC’s iTunes channel.