Month Archives: November 2007

Expelled” Live Lecture Webcast at 11:00AM EST

by Jared Bridges

November 28, 2007

If you’re in downtown DC today, please join us at FRC headquarters at 11:00 AM for a Policy lecture on the film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed. You can also view a webcast of the event by following this link. Here’s the relevant info:

In the forthcoming major motion picture Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, Ben Stein exposes the frightening efforts by the Darwinian Machine to suppress evidence of intelligent design in nature and discriminate against those who examine such evidence.

Join Todd Norquist and Dairek Morgan for a powerful presentation on this controversial documentary that chronicles Ben Stein’s quest to bring back freedom in our institutions, laboratories and most importantly, in our classrooms.

See a SNEAK PEEK of exclusive clips from Bens Expelled movie with a special guest appearance by Caroline Crocker, a biology professor who lost her job after she questioned evolution.

Follow this link to register or view the webcast at 11:00 AM.

Now And Not Yet: Live Webcast

by Jared Bridges

November 7, 2007

Today at 12:00 pm EST, Family Research Council’s Witherspoon Fellowship will present a lecture by Jennifer Marshall. She will be discussing her new book Now and Not Yet: Making Sense of Single Life in the Twenty-First Century.

Jennifer Marshall is the Director of Domestic Policy at the Heritage Foundation. Marshall formerly worked at Family Research Council as the Senior Director of Family Studies. She has authored numerous studies of marriage, family, education, and civil society.

Follow this link to see the live webcast at 12:00 pm EST.

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