Does a president’s faith matter?

Damon Linker will discuss and defend his new book The Religious Test: Why We Must Question the Beliefs of Our Leaders, in which he argues that certain elements of religious belief—including radical atheism—may very well be incompatible with high office, and sometimes even active citizenship, in a democracy. Commentators Patrick Deneen of Georgetown University and Mark Silk of Trinity College will critique Linker’s argument from different perspectives. Nov. 11, 5:30 p.m., Higgins Hall, room 310. Sponsor: Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life.
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