RELIGIOUS LIBERTY PANEL LUNCHEON
Join us for a “brown bag” lunch discussion on one of today’s most important topic – Religious Liberty in 2015. The panel will include Kelly Monroe Kullberg, Gregory Baylor, and Leah Farish. The discussion will be led by OKWU President, Dr. Everett Piper. The lunch will be a box type lunch..
KELLY MONROE KULLBERG is the founder of Veritas, and the author of Finding God at Harvard. She is engaged in advancing unity among leaders in the Body of Christ for cultural renewal.
Kelly founded the Veritas Forum at Harvard (1992), now in 120 universities in America and Europe. Veritas helps students explore the hard questions of the world in relation to Jesus Christ. She edited and co-wrote the bestseller Finding God at Harvard, and authored the sequel, Finding God Beyond Harvard: the Quest for Veritas, and co-authored A Faith and Culture Devotional.
Kelly is a Senior Fellow with the Acton Institute and the acting president of Christians for a Sustainable Economy (case4America.org). Kelly and family live in Columbus, Ohio, and are often in Northern Virginia
GREGORY BAYLOR is senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he focuses his litigation efforts on protecting the religious freedom of Christian educational institutes through the organization’s Center for Religious Liberty. He also works to protect the First Amendment freedoms of students, faculty and staff at public colleges and universities.
Baylor is admitted to the state bar of Texas, the U.S. Supreme Court and numerous federal appeals and district courts. He lives in Washington, D.C.
LEAH FARISH, J.D. is a civil rights attorney in Tulsa, OK. Farish has practiced law for over 20 years in the Tulsa area and has litigated nationally-known cases, including Paula Jones vs. William Jefferson Clinton. As an Honor Guard Attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom and an Allied Attorney with the Rutherford Institute, she has represented many people of all faiths in religious civil liberties cases.
Farish is considered an expert on First Amendment issues, and has spoken around the country and at the United Nations about human rights.
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