“Religion in the White House”
Kenneth Woodward served as Religion Editor of Newsweek for 38 years, during which he reported on a variety of subjects from seven continents. He is the author of more than 750 articles for Newsweek, including nearly 100 cover stories. His numerous other articles, essays and book reviews have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall street Journal, The Washington Post, Commonweal, First Things, America, The Nation and The Weekly Standard, among other publications. He has been a news commentator on NBC, ABC and CBS.
Mr. Woodward is the author of four books, including his just published Getting Religion: Faith, Culture and Politics from the Age of Eisenhower to the Ascent of Trump. He has lectured at some 60 colleges and universities in the U.S. and Europe. He has been a Fellow of the National Humanities Center and a Regents Lecturer in Religion at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Our speaker grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, graduated from St. Ignatius High School and the University of Notre Dame–places he writes about in his new book. Thereafter, he studied at the University of Michigan Law School and the University of Iowa Graduate School. He and his wife Elizabeth have three children and seven grandchildren.
Join us on Thursday, May 31st as Mr. Woodward reflects on 5 decades of interviewing our Nation’s leaders on matters of politics and religion. With sage insight into the past, Mr. Woodward develops a vision forward for the “Religion in the White House”.
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