Kent Hill

October 4, 2016

IRD Knippers Lecture Features Kent Hill on “Will Christianity Survive in the Middle East?”

Institute on Religion and Democracy Media Advisory
October 4, 2016
Contact: Jeff Walton 202-413-5639, jwalton@TheIRD.org

“We are honored by Kent Hill’s leadership and by his witness on issues of international religious freedom.”
-Mark Tooley, IRD President

Who: Kent Hill, Executive Director, Religious Freedom Institute
What: Sixth Annual Diane Knippers Memorial Lecture and Reception
When: Tuesday, October 4, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: The Army Navy Club, 901 17th St. NW, Washington, DC

Washington, DC— Scholar and religious liberty advocate Kent Hill will examine the state of religious freedom in the Middle East at a lecture and reception hosted by the Institute on Religion & Democracy on Tuesday, October 4 at the Army Navy Club of Washington, D.C.

Hill served as the first President of the Institute on Religion and Democracy, was afterwards President of Eastern Nazarene College, and later served at USAID, the John Templeton Foundation, and World Vision. He is speaking on “Will Christianity Survive in the Middle East?”

The lecture and reception honor the legacy of the late IRD President Diane Knippers, a renewal leader within the Episcopal Church and cited by Time magazine as one of America’s most influential evangelicals.

Hill’s address will be available on IRD’s website. Audio will also be available. Media are welcome to attend and should RSVP to: fmcdonnell2@TheIRD.org or (202)682-4131

IRD President Mark Tooley commented:

“We are honored by Kent Hill’s leadership and by his witness on issues of international religious freedom.”

The Institute on Religion & Democracy works to reaffirm the church’s biblical and historical teachings, strengthen and reform its role in public life, protect religious freedom, and renew democracy at home and abroad.

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