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NSA Lectureship: Timon Cline

Open to the public. Part 4 in the NSA Lectureship Series.

Friday, April 12, 2024
10:00 PM PST to 11:00 PM PST

Every year, New Saint Andrews College hosts an academic lectureship. We are pleased to host Timon Cline as our 2023-2024 Lectureship speaker.

Timon graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary (M.A.R.) and Rutgers Law School (J.D.). He currently serves as a deputy attorney general in the Office of the New Jersey Attorney General, Division of Law, is the associate editor of American Reformer, and is a research fellow at the Craig Center at Westminster Theological Seminary. He lives in Florida with his wife, Rachel, and son, Winthrop.

These lectures survey the rise of the predominant, positivist-liberal jurisprudence on left and right, to which we owe many of our current societal ills. Protestants of recent memory have aided and abetted, not resisted, this trend. Counters drawn from an older jurisprudence will be offered as a needed reboot to the American Protestant mind.

Watch the previous 3 lectures at this link here.