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Guest Speaker Peter Wehner

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Nov. 2, 2021  /  Clyde Hill Campus  /  7:00pm

 


The Bellevue Christian School Lecture for Faith & Culture seeks to inspire, deepen understanding and create discussion around living out one's Christian faith as an influential cultural figure.

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For the 2021 Lecture, Bellevue Christian School welcomes Peter Wehner,
Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, a Washington-D.C.-based institute seeking to apply the riches of Judeo-Christian tradition to contemporary questions of law, culture and politics.

Mr. Wehner is also a Senior Fellow of the Trinity Forum, whose purpose is to cultivate and promote the best of Christian thought, helping leaders to think, work, and lead wisely and well.
 
He is a contributing editor for The Atlantic magazine, a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times, and spoke at the 2020 National Prayer Breakfast. He served in the Administrations of three U.S. Presidents, including as the deputy director of presidential speechwriting in 2001-2002 and then as director of the White House Office of Strategic Initiatives from 2002-2007. He has also been a visiting professor at Duke University.
 
Mr. Wehner is the author of three books, including City of Man: Religion and Politics in a New Era, co-authored with Michael Gerson.

About the Lecture for Faith & Culture

Each year, the Lecture brings a nationally recognized speaker to the Bellevue Christian School's campus and surrounding community to meet with students, teachers, parents and community leaders.

Speakers are invited from a range of professional backgrounds, including business, technology, politics, journalism and the Arts. Speakers are sought for their ability to help others think with fresh perspective about conducting their lives in a way that shares the love of Christ and creates a more just society.

Speakers are selected for their alignment with Bellevue Christian School's mission of helping students live faithfully for Christ with the ability to understand, evaluate and transform their world from a foundation of God's unchanging values. In addition to giving a public lecture to a broad section of the community, speakers also interact with Bellevue Christian faculty and students in additional sessions.

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