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Can you be a libertarian and a Christian? There is an active debate among Christians about the role of libertarians and among libertarians about the role of Christians. The goal of this lecture by Jacqueline Isaacs is to engage in this debate, to help Christians learn to love their libertarian brethren, and to articulate how libertarianism is a consistent expression of Christian political thought. 

Please join us for a free lecture, networking, and one free drink on us!* Doors will open at 6:00 PM and the lecture will start promptly at 6:30 PM followed by Q&A and discussion with the lecturer at 7:05 PM.

*Must be preregistered to receive a free drink

Jacqueline Isaacs

Jacqueline Isaacs joined the American Studies Program in the Fall of 2015 as its inaugural Fellow in Strategic Communication. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Johns Hopkins University, with a marketing concentration. She is also a graduate of Oral Roberts University in her hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mrs. Isaacs has worked in marketing and communications for a variety of non-profit research organizations and advocacy groups in the Washington, DC-area, specializing in brand management and content marketing. In addition to writing regular columns for several academic blogs, she has been published in Investor’s Business Daily, The Daily Caller, Townhall, The Austin-American Statesman, and the American Spectator, among other places. She and her husband live with their two dogs in Reston, Virginia, and attend Reston Bible Church.

Event Details

Start Date

Location

New Holland: The Knickerbocker - Zeppelin Lounge
417 Bridge St NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
United States

Schedule

6:00 PM - Cocktail Hour
6:30 PM - Lecture Begins
7:05 PM - Q&A and Discussion

Tickets

Acton on Tap is a new series of complimentary events sponsored by the Acton Alumni Association.

Parking

Beginning at 6:00 PM, free ​​street ​​parking ​​is ​​available. ​​There ​​are ​​also ​​paid ​​parking ​​lots ​​nearby

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