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Trey Dimsdale, J.D. is the director of program outreach at the Acton Institute. He holds degrees in law, theology, and ethics and has worked as an attorney, educator, non-profit administrator, and pastor. He is the co-editor of Work in Christian Perspective (SCM, 2018) and an editor of a forthcoming volume on Christianity and populism. He has spoken around the world on issues as diverse as housing policy, philosophy of law, and religious freedom. He served as a clerk for state and federal trial judges as well as a state appellate judge, and is an active member of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy, a research fellow for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, and is a member of the State Bar of Texas.

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Latest Articles by Trey Dimsdale, J.D.

  • A legal test for the Bladensburg Peace Cross

    In 1919 the political landscape of Europe had been drastically rearranged, the United States had emerged from relative isolation onto the world scene, and the western world was in shock at
  • West silent as genocide lurks in Syria

    This month marks the seventh anniversary of the start of the Syrian Civil War. Syria was, albeit governed by dictator Bashar al-Assad, a stable nation but today it is in ruins, with so many
  • Europe's refugees need more than compassion

    Prior to 2014, fewer than 300,000 refugees and migrants arrived in the European Union each year. Due to war and unrest in the Middle East and North Africa, that relatively slow trickle more