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E25: Andrew Walker and Daniel Patterson on California’s SB1146

The ERLC’s Andrew Walker and Daniel Patterson discuss proposed California legislation SB-1146 and its implications for religious higher education. SB1146 is scheduled forcommittee vote August 11 and a vote in the full California AssemblyAugust 19. * Read, join, and share the statement in opposition to SB 1146. * Christianity Today:Christian, Muslim, and Jewish Leaders: California, Please Protect Religious Liberty * View existing signatoriesvia ERLC.com * Canon & Culture:In Higher Education, California is Becoming Anti-Choice Other resources * SB1146Discriminates.org * Religious liberty trouble in California: An interview with the President of Biola Univerity– ERLC * Biola, conscience and the culture war– Mere Orthodoxy Andrew T. Walker serves as the Director of Policy Studies. In his role, he researches and writes about human dignity, family stability, religious liberty, public theology, and the moral principles that support civil society. He also helps direct the ERLC’s Researc...

8 MIN2016 AUG 11
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E25: Andrew Walker and Daniel Patterson on California’s SB1146

E24: Travis Wussow, ERLC’s man in the Middle East

Travis Wussow serves as the ERLC’s Director of International Justice and Religious Freedom. Travis tapsin via the interwebsto visit with Canon & Cultureto answer the following questions and many more:What’s what’s it likemove your family from Texastothe Middle East? What reflections does Travis have from his travels to Morocco, Taiwan, and Oxford? * VIDEO: Why go international with the ERLC? * ERLC resources by Travis * Reflections on the Marrakesh Declaration * AUDIO:Jenny Yang on refugee resettlement * AUDIO: Making disciples in Syria * Asian-Pacific Religious Freedom Forum * Religious Liberty Partnership Travis Wussow,@traviswussow,serves as Director of International Justice & Religious Liberty and General Counsel for the ERLC. Travis leads ERLC’s first international office located in the Middle East. He received a B.B.A. in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin and a J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law. He and his wife, Katie, have two daughters.

55 MIN2016 JUN 17
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E24: Travis Wussow, ERLC’s man in the Middle East

E23: Phillip Bethancourt talks ERLC events & seminary programs

Canon & Culture is invaded by Aggies when Phillip Bethancourt, Ph.D. (ERLC Executive VP) joins us to talk about the ERLC’s collaboration withSouthern Baptist seminaries. We also get a glimpse into the many events the ERLC has planned for 2016 and learnhowPhillip instills Aggie values in his 4 boys while living in Tennessee. (Ok, not really. Maybe.) Our conversation includes answers to the following questions, among many others: * What does an executive vice president do, exactly? * Is seminary only for pastors? * What unique contributions does theERLCprovidea seminary curriculum? * What events does the ERLChave planned for2016? Follow Phillip atPhillipBethancourt.comand@pbethancourt. Educationinitiatives * Big picture:ERLC Academy * ERLC expands academic opportunities with Southern Baptist seminaries * Google this. * Baptist Press * Louisville – Southern * Ph.d. in christian ethics, emphasis in public policy * Wake Forest – Southeastern * Ph.D in public theology * Kansas City– M...

29 MIN2016 APR 21
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E23: Phillip Bethancourt talks ERLC events & seminary programs

E22: Oral Arguments in Little Sisters v. Burwell

Following oral arguments at the Supreme Court in Little Sisters of the Poor v. Burwell (akaZubik v. Burwell), our ADF friends Kristen Waggoner and Greg Baylor stop by Leland House to explain the case and share what they witnessed in the courtroom. * Articles about the HHS mandateatCanon & Culture. * Case overview via Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) * Visualexplanation via TheLittleSistersOfThePoor.com * HHS Central via Becket Fund for Religious Liberty * Case details via SCOTUSBlog. * Little Sisters, Big Case– by Russell Moore via The Hill (@thehill) * Baptists are plaintiffs too: * Ten things that might surprise you about GuideStone’s Supreme Court case – OS Hawkins * Standing Together, the 2013 multi-faith open letter in opposition to the HHS mandate Gregory S. Baylor, Esq.,serves as senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he is the director of the Religious Schools Team. He litigates cases to protect the rights of Christian educational institutions across the na...

39 MIN2016 MAR 25
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E22: Oral Arguments in Little Sisters v. Burwell

E21: Making disciples in Syria

Canon & Culture welcomes a Lebanese missionary to Syria and a Syrian missionary to the United States to talk about the Gospel, the church in Syria, and the refugee crisis. For more information about our guests, Micheline and Mouna, and their ministries please email me (Matt) via mhawkins (at) erlc.com. To support them financially, visit my friends at The IRD: * Go here. * On the “Designate your gift” menu, choose “Other.” * Then, write “Syria Project” in the blank that says “Tell us where your gift should go:”

62 MIN2016 MAR 8
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E21: Making disciples in Syria

E20: NRB’s Aaron Mercer defends Internet freedom

One of our Capitol Hill neighbors, Aaron Mercer–VP of Government Relations for National Religious Broadcasters (NRB)–stops by ERLC’s Leland House to talk Internet freedom, viewpoint censorship, net neutrality, and his former life as a Senate staffer. * NRB.org * Annual Conference:Proclaim 16, Feb 23-26 – Nashville, TN * John Milton Project * NRB Government Relations * Follow Aaron’s work at @NRBAdvocate * The ERLCis delivering contentto NRB TV. Friday nights at 8:00pm. * How to viewNRB TV? Sidebars, as mentioned * What happened in Houston? * CCCU’s American Studies Program Aaron Mercer is the Vice President of Government Relations for National Religious Broadcasters (NRB). Overseeing NRB’s Capitol Hill office, Aaron is an advocate for NRB members as he communicates with officials of the White House, the United States Congress, the Federal Communications Commission and other government institutions. Aaron spearheads NRB’s efforts to protect and promote our cherished First Ame...

40 MIN2016 FEB 23
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E20: NRB’s Aaron Mercer defends Internet freedom

E19: Stanley’s adventures in institutional religious freedom

My friend Stanley Carlson-Thies, Ph.D. joins me to talk about religious freedom for institutions, theexciting world of government regulations, and how religious institutions are navigating–or failing to navigate–new challenges to freedoms we once took for granted. * Institutional Religious Freedom Alliance * Stanley Carlson-Thies – Biography * Book: Free to Serveby authorsStanley Carlson-Thies and Steven Monsma * “This book speaks precisely to the most pressing crisis in American domestic politics. The gay marriage controversy has put religious liberty on a collision course with the sensibilities of the modern social orthodoxy in a way that presents immediate dangers to Christian institutions. Monsma andCarlson-Thiesemploy their expertise and their convening power to address the problem in a way that is well-calibrated. Religious liberty needs to be defended on many levels, but one of the most important is as a public policy matter. This book makes a substantial contribution to ...

66 MIN2016 FEB 10
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E19: Stanley’s adventures in institutional religious freedom

E18: Jenny Yang on refugee resettlement

So how does this refugee thing work, exactly? In light of the worst refugee crisis since WWII,Canon & Culture welcomes Jenny Yangof World Relief to find out. From her vantage point at the historic humanitarianrelief agency, Jenny provides a thorough viewof the refugee process from the point of original displacement to several months beyond initialresettlement. * World Relief * Bio, @JennyYangWR * How you can help Syrian refugees– ERLC.com * WeWelcomeRefugees.com, @WelcomeRefugees * Helping resettle a refugee family in Georgia – by Bryant Wright * Marietta Baptist Church helping Syrian refugees resettle in Georgia–Atlanta Journal-Constitution Coverage of ERLC Capitol Conversation * Christian response to refugees & Muslims discussed – Baptist Press * ERLC panel denounces anti-Muslim policies – WORLD Mag Related resources * Stop pitting security and compassion against each other in the Syrian refugee crisis – Russell Moore * Why Christians must speak out against Donald Trump’s M...

27 MIN2015 DEC 16
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E18: Jenny Yang on refugee resettlement

E17: Kody Kness on prisoners of conscience in China

In advance of China President Xi Jinping’s visit to the U.S. (Sept. 24-25), Kody Kness, vice president of China Aid, helps usthinkthrough thepredicament of our fellow Christians in China and prisoners of conscience around the globe. * ChinaAid.org * Washington Post editorial, “China’s anti-Christian crusade.” * 2 Christian pastors detained * Letter to President Obama * Kody Kness, biography * @KodyKness * Book: God’s Double Agent: The True Story of a Chinese Christian’s Fight for Freedom * by Bob Fu, President of China Aid Related news items * WSJ –Xi Jinping’s Visit and Human Rights * WSJ –China’s Ailing Prisoners * Kody’s visit to Chinese prison * WSJ –Behind China’s Prison Walls * Washington PostChinese prison officials thwart Virginia doctor’s effort to visit ailing dissident * Washington TimesU.S. doctor denied visit to sick Chinese democracy activist Other resources * China 18 * U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) * What you need to know a...

33 MIN2015 SEP 16
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E17: Kody Kness on prisoners of conscience in China

E16: Mark Tooley on Methodism and politics

Mark Tooley stops by the ERLC’s Leland House on Capitol Hill to talk Methodism and politics, as well as give us a preview of his new book, released this summerby Harper Collins,The Peace that Almost Was, about the final attempt to avert the American Civil War. Mark serves as president of the Institute for Religion and Democracy (IRD). * Book:Methodism & Politics in the Twentieth Century (Amazon) * Book: The Peace that Almost Was * IRD * IRD blog: Juicy Ecumenism * Bio Prior to joining the IRD in 1994, Mark worked eight years for the Central Intelligence Agency. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and is a native of Arlington, Virginia. A lifelong United Methodist, he has been active in United Methodist renewal since 1988, when he wrote a study about denominational funding of pro-Marxist groups for his local congregation. He attends a United Methodist church in Alexandria, Virginia.

33 MIN2015 SEP 3
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E16: Mark Tooley on Methodism and politics

Latest Episodes

E25: Andrew Walker and Daniel Patterson on California’s SB1146

The ERLC’s Andrew Walker and Daniel Patterson discuss proposed California legislation SB-1146 and its implications for religious higher education. SB1146 is scheduled forcommittee vote August 11 and a vote in the full California AssemblyAugust 19. * Read, join, and share the statement in opposition to SB 1146. * Christianity Today:Christian, Muslim, and Jewish Leaders: California, Please Protect Religious Liberty * View existing signatoriesvia ERLC.com * Canon & Culture:In Higher Education, California is Becoming Anti-Choice Other resources * SB1146Discriminates.org * Religious liberty trouble in California: An interview with the President of Biola Univerity– ERLC * Biola, conscience and the culture war– Mere Orthodoxy Andrew T. Walker serves as the Director of Policy Studies. In his role, he researches and writes about human dignity, family stability, religious liberty, public theology, and the moral principles that support civil society. He also helps direct the ERLC’s Researc...

8 MIN2016 AUG 11
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E25: Andrew Walker and Daniel Patterson on California’s SB1146

E24: Travis Wussow, ERLC’s man in the Middle East

Travis Wussow serves as the ERLC’s Director of International Justice and Religious Freedom. Travis tapsin via the interwebsto visit with Canon & Cultureto answer the following questions and many more:What’s what’s it likemove your family from Texastothe Middle East? What reflections does Travis have from his travels to Morocco, Taiwan, and Oxford? * VIDEO: Why go international with the ERLC? * ERLC resources by Travis * Reflections on the Marrakesh Declaration * AUDIO:Jenny Yang on refugee resettlement * AUDIO: Making disciples in Syria * Asian-Pacific Religious Freedom Forum * Religious Liberty Partnership Travis Wussow,@traviswussow,serves as Director of International Justice & Religious Liberty and General Counsel for the ERLC. Travis leads ERLC’s first international office located in the Middle East. He received a B.B.A. in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin and a J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law. He and his wife, Katie, have two daughters.

55 MIN2016 JUN 17
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E24: Travis Wussow, ERLC’s man in the Middle East

E23: Phillip Bethancourt talks ERLC events & seminary programs

Canon & Culture is invaded by Aggies when Phillip Bethancourt, Ph.D. (ERLC Executive VP) joins us to talk about the ERLC’s collaboration withSouthern Baptist seminaries. We also get a glimpse into the many events the ERLC has planned for 2016 and learnhowPhillip instills Aggie values in his 4 boys while living in Tennessee. (Ok, not really. Maybe.) Our conversation includes answers to the following questions, among many others: * What does an executive vice president do, exactly? * Is seminary only for pastors? * What unique contributions does theERLCprovidea seminary curriculum? * What events does the ERLChave planned for2016? Follow Phillip atPhillipBethancourt.comand@pbethancourt. Educationinitiatives * Big picture:ERLC Academy * ERLC expands academic opportunities with Southern Baptist seminaries * Google this. * Baptist Press * Louisville – Southern * Ph.d. in christian ethics, emphasis in public policy * Wake Forest – Southeastern * Ph.D in public theology * Kansas City– M...

29 MIN2016 APR 21
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E23: Phillip Bethancourt talks ERLC events & seminary programs

E22: Oral Arguments in Little Sisters v. Burwell

Following oral arguments at the Supreme Court in Little Sisters of the Poor v. Burwell (akaZubik v. Burwell), our ADF friends Kristen Waggoner and Greg Baylor stop by Leland House to explain the case and share what they witnessed in the courtroom. * Articles about the HHS mandateatCanon & Culture. * Case overview via Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) * Visualexplanation via TheLittleSistersOfThePoor.com * HHS Central via Becket Fund for Religious Liberty * Case details via SCOTUSBlog. * Little Sisters, Big Case– by Russell Moore via The Hill (@thehill) * Baptists are plaintiffs too: * Ten things that might surprise you about GuideStone’s Supreme Court case – OS Hawkins * Standing Together, the 2013 multi-faith open letter in opposition to the HHS mandate Gregory S. Baylor, Esq.,serves as senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he is the director of the Religious Schools Team. He litigates cases to protect the rights of Christian educational institutions across the na...

39 MIN2016 MAR 25
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E22: Oral Arguments in Little Sisters v. Burwell

E21: Making disciples in Syria

Canon & Culture welcomes a Lebanese missionary to Syria and a Syrian missionary to the United States to talk about the Gospel, the church in Syria, and the refugee crisis. For more information about our guests, Micheline and Mouna, and their ministries please email me (Matt) via mhawkins (at) erlc.com. To support them financially, visit my friends at The IRD: * Go here. * On the “Designate your gift” menu, choose “Other.” * Then, write “Syria Project” in the blank that says “Tell us where your gift should go:”

62 MIN2016 MAR 8
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E21: Making disciples in Syria

E20: NRB’s Aaron Mercer defends Internet freedom

One of our Capitol Hill neighbors, Aaron Mercer–VP of Government Relations for National Religious Broadcasters (NRB)–stops by ERLC’s Leland House to talk Internet freedom, viewpoint censorship, net neutrality, and his former life as a Senate staffer. * NRB.org * Annual Conference:Proclaim 16, Feb 23-26 – Nashville, TN * John Milton Project * NRB Government Relations * Follow Aaron’s work at @NRBAdvocate * The ERLCis delivering contentto NRB TV. Friday nights at 8:00pm. * How to viewNRB TV? Sidebars, as mentioned * What happened in Houston? * CCCU’s American Studies Program Aaron Mercer is the Vice President of Government Relations for National Religious Broadcasters (NRB). Overseeing NRB’s Capitol Hill office, Aaron is an advocate for NRB members as he communicates with officials of the White House, the United States Congress, the Federal Communications Commission and other government institutions. Aaron spearheads NRB’s efforts to protect and promote our cherished First Ame...

40 MIN2016 FEB 23
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E20: NRB’s Aaron Mercer defends Internet freedom

E19: Stanley’s adventures in institutional religious freedom

My friend Stanley Carlson-Thies, Ph.D. joins me to talk about religious freedom for institutions, theexciting world of government regulations, and how religious institutions are navigating–or failing to navigate–new challenges to freedoms we once took for granted. * Institutional Religious Freedom Alliance * Stanley Carlson-Thies – Biography * Book: Free to Serveby authorsStanley Carlson-Thies and Steven Monsma * “This book speaks precisely to the most pressing crisis in American domestic politics. The gay marriage controversy has put religious liberty on a collision course with the sensibilities of the modern social orthodoxy in a way that presents immediate dangers to Christian institutions. Monsma andCarlson-Thiesemploy their expertise and their convening power to address the problem in a way that is well-calibrated. Religious liberty needs to be defended on many levels, but one of the most important is as a public policy matter. This book makes a substantial contribution to ...

66 MIN2016 FEB 10
Comments
E19: Stanley’s adventures in institutional religious freedom

E18: Jenny Yang on refugee resettlement

So how does this refugee thing work, exactly? In light of the worst refugee crisis since WWII,Canon & Culture welcomes Jenny Yangof World Relief to find out. From her vantage point at the historic humanitarianrelief agency, Jenny provides a thorough viewof the refugee process from the point of original displacement to several months beyond initialresettlement. * World Relief * Bio, @JennyYangWR * How you can help Syrian refugees– ERLC.com * WeWelcomeRefugees.com, @WelcomeRefugees * Helping resettle a refugee family in Georgia – by Bryant Wright * Marietta Baptist Church helping Syrian refugees resettle in Georgia–Atlanta Journal-Constitution Coverage of ERLC Capitol Conversation * Christian response to refugees & Muslims discussed – Baptist Press * ERLC panel denounces anti-Muslim policies – WORLD Mag Related resources * Stop pitting security and compassion against each other in the Syrian refugee crisis – Russell Moore * Why Christians must speak out against Donald Trump’s M...

27 MIN2015 DEC 16
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E18: Jenny Yang on refugee resettlement

E17: Kody Kness on prisoners of conscience in China

In advance of China President Xi Jinping’s visit to the U.S. (Sept. 24-25), Kody Kness, vice president of China Aid, helps usthinkthrough thepredicament of our fellow Christians in China and prisoners of conscience around the globe. * ChinaAid.org * Washington Post editorial, “China’s anti-Christian crusade.” * 2 Christian pastors detained * Letter to President Obama * Kody Kness, biography * @KodyKness * Book: God’s Double Agent: The True Story of a Chinese Christian’s Fight for Freedom * by Bob Fu, President of China Aid Related news items * WSJ –Xi Jinping’s Visit and Human Rights * WSJ –China’s Ailing Prisoners * Kody’s visit to Chinese prison * WSJ –Behind China’s Prison Walls * Washington PostChinese prison officials thwart Virginia doctor’s effort to visit ailing dissident * Washington TimesU.S. doctor denied visit to sick Chinese democracy activist Other resources * China 18 * U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) * What you need to know a...

33 MIN2015 SEP 16
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E17: Kody Kness on prisoners of conscience in China

E16: Mark Tooley on Methodism and politics

Mark Tooley stops by the ERLC’s Leland House on Capitol Hill to talk Methodism and politics, as well as give us a preview of his new book, released this summerby Harper Collins,The Peace that Almost Was, about the final attempt to avert the American Civil War. Mark serves as president of the Institute for Religion and Democracy (IRD). * Book:Methodism & Politics in the Twentieth Century (Amazon) * Book: The Peace that Almost Was * IRD * IRD blog: Juicy Ecumenism * Bio Prior to joining the IRD in 1994, Mark worked eight years for the Central Intelligence Agency. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and is a native of Arlington, Virginia. A lifelong United Methodist, he has been active in United Methodist renewal since 1988, when he wrote a study about denominational funding of pro-Marxist groups for his local congregation. He attends a United Methodist church in Alexandria, Virginia.

33 MIN2015 SEP 3
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E16: Mark Tooley on Methodism and politics
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