James A. Davids, J.D., Ph.D.
Choosing Godly, Principled Representatives
Monday, May 16, 7:00-9:00 p.m. EDT
In our Chesapeake, Virginia classroom and live online
One of a Christian's primary civic duties is to vote. But who should a Christian vote for? A party's nominee? The candidate that promises prosperity? The candidate who satisfies the particular voter's needs best? This lecture explores the principles of Christian leadership in government, a timely subject in an election year!
Jim Davids joined Regent University in 2003 after practicing law in Chicago for 25 years, and then serving in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Task Force for the Faith-Based & Community Initiative. Jim has served as President and Legislative Counsel of the Christian Legal Society, and has advocated on Capitol Hill for religious liberty and pro-life legislation. At Regent, Jim teaches constitutional law and worldview, and lectures on these subjects internationally.
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A modest charge of $10 per lecture (individual or family) includes the live presentation, video-taped session and handouts. Or register for the entire 2015–2016 lecture series for $90 and save 25%. Class size is limited to 40 classroom participants and 100 online connections.
Location: The Foundation for American Christian Education
4225 Portsmouth Boulevard, Chesapeake, Virginia 23321
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