Henry Institute Newsletter Summer 2017, No. 18

Contents:

The Polarization of White Evangelicals
A Tribute to Stephen V. Monsma
Challenges for the Next President Series Continued in Fall 2016
Diverse Group of Students Spend Semester in Washington D.C.
Henry Institute Funds Scholarships for D.C. Semester
Senator Ben Sasse Offers Annual Paul B. Henry Lecture
New Publications on The Challenge of Pluralism and The Democratic
   Theory of Hans-Georg Gadamer
Henry Institute Sponsors Religion and Public Life Symposium
Religion and Private School Enrollment in the Era of School Choice
Faith and the Democratic Party Discussed at Henry Symposium
Student Research Fellows Participate in Henry Institute Civitas Lab
Clergy Study Funded by Louisville Institute Grant
Henry Institute Research Fellow Activities
Henry Institute Co-sponsors Gary Haugen at January Series Lecture

Henry Institute Newsletter Summer 2016, No. 17

Contents:

Christian Citizens in a Changing World
Grant Funds Study of School Choice Policies
Challenges for Next President Series
Exploring Conflicts of Pluralism and Civil Society
Exploring Public Life in the Faith & Citizenship Lab
New Publication on The Changing Face of Clergy
Ninth Biennial Symposium on Religion and Public Life Scheduled
Career Breakfasts Provide Opportunities for Students
Pruis Rule of Law Lecture: Empowering Poor Women in India (with Rebecca Samuel Shah)
The Opportunities of Public Discipleship (with Vincent Bacote)
New Publication on Protecting Religious Freedom
New Publication on Exploring the European Union
Calvin Students in Washington D.C. for Spring Semester
Senior Institute Research Fellow Activities
Forthcoming Institute Publications and Research

Summer 2015, No. 16

Contents:

Reviving Citizenship in the New Gilded Age
New Henry Institute Website
Faith and Citizens Mobilization in Africa
The Church's Freedom and the Church's Witness
Politics, Worship and Citizenship
New Publication on Mediating Religion and Government
Eighth Biennial Symposium on Religion and Public Life
Students Intern in Washington D.C. for Spring Semester
Former Henry Institute Semester in Washington D.C. Interns: Where Are They Now?
Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics: An Interview with Ross Douthat
Institute Director Joins Board of Michigan Center for Civic Education
The Church and Religious Persecution: the newest Calvin Shorts publication
Institute Research Fellow Activities

Summer 2014, No. 15 

Contents:

Church Response to Religious Persecution
Building the Rule of Law in New States
Students Received Grants for Transportation to Internships
New Book Published on Christianity and China
Upcoming Symposium on Religion and Public Life Scheduled for Spring 2015
Henry Institute Hosts Constitutional Knowledge Competition
Institute Director Chairs Committee on Religious Persecution
Henry Institute Fellows Active
Paul B. Henry Internship Semester in Washington D.C.
Student Research Assistants Work with Institute Director
New Grant from Bradley Foundation for School Choice Study
Institute Funds Grants for Faculty-Student Research
Joshua DuBois Delivers Annual Paul Henry Lecture
Citizen Education and the Christian School
Integrating Immigration and Community in the United States
Protecting Fourth Amendment Privacy Rights in the Information Age

Summer 2013, No. 14 

Contents:

A Global Context for Christianity and Politics
Study Examines Religious Schools and Civic Participation
Henry Institute Research Fellows Actively Engaged
Annual Henry Lecture: What Does the Lord Require?
Symposium on Religion and Public Life
Visualizing Public Life
American Evangelicals Today: An Emerging New Generation?
Henry Institute Sponsors "2012 Election Conversations"
New Books Published by Smidt and Monsma
Student Internships in the Nation's Capital
Economic Growth, the Rule of Law, and the Image of God 
Fifth Edition of Religion and Politics in America to be Released
2012-2013 Henry Institute Lectures

Winter 2012, No. 13 

Contents:

Transition in Leadership for the Henry Institute
Smidt Spends Semester at Roosevelt Study Center
Visualizing Public Life Project
Henry Institute Lecture: The Life and Service of Paul B. Henry
Calvin Students Spend Semester in Washington D.C.
Funding for Undergraduate Research Provided by Institute
Who's Sanctioning Whom in the Federal Faith-Based Initiative?
Institute to Hold Seventh Biennial Symposium on Religion and Politics
"Evangelical Protestants Today" Available in Spring
Institute Research Fellow Steve Monsma
Pruis Rule of Law Lecture: Fostering Religious Freedom in China
"Pluralism and Freedom: Faith-Based Organizations in a Democratic Society"

Summer 2011, No. 12 

Contents:

The Role of Religion in Fostering and Sustaining Civic Engagement
Bradley Foundation Grants Awarded to Henry Institute
Rule of Law Endowment Established at Calvin College
Henry Institute Awards Three Undergraduate Research Grants
Henry Institute Lecture on American Grace
Fulbright Awarded to Henry institute Executive Director
Research Workshop of the Chinese Spirituality and Society Program
The Rule of Law in Russia: Problems and Perspectives
Calvin Students Complete Internships in Washington D.C.
Henry Institute Sponsors Sixth Symposium on Religion and Politics

Summer 2010, No. 11 

Contents:

The Changing Role of Clergy in American Public Life
Reflections on the Life, Thought and Public Service of Paul Henry
Henry Institute Grants Undergraduate Research Awards
Tensions at the Crossroads of Religion and Politics
Workshop on Survey Research and American Religion Held at Calvin
Disappearing God Gap Volume Published
Smidt Nominated to be President-Elect of SSSR
Symposium on Religion and Politics Scheduled for Spring 2011
God and Race in American Politics
Remembering James Penning
Participation in Catholic-Evangelical Colloquium
Overseas Lectures by Institute Director
Calvin Students and Institute Director in Washington D.C.
God and Government

Summer 2009, No. 10 

Contents:

The Disappearing 'God Gap' in American Politics 
Fifth Religion and Politics Symposium Held
Upcoming Henry Institute Lectures
Oxford Handbook on Religion and American Politics Published 
Graduate Workshop on Survey Research and American Religion 
Semester in Washington D.C. Program
Undergraduate Research Fellow Grants Awarded
Henry Institute Conducts Third Clergy Study
Religious Tolerance --- Love Your Neighbor
The Great Awakening: Reviving Faith and Politics in a Post-Religious Right America
Two Kingdoms: Why Political Action Cannot Save America
No Final Victories, No Final Defeats: Doing Our Duty While Living in Exile
Preview of Fall Activities of Henry Institute Director
Post Doctoral Teaching Fellowships in Poland

Summer 2008, No. 9 

Contents:

Religious Voters in the 2008 Election 
Religion and the Civic Engagement of Americans
Henry Institute Symposium on Religion and Politics
Upcoming Henry Institute Lectures 
Workshop on Survey Research and American Religion 
Spring Internships in Washington D.C.
Henry Institute Grants Funding for Student Fellows
An Interview with Judge Michael McConnell
New Books Published
Evaluation of DOL Grant to Serve At-risk Youth
Forgiveness in International Politics
The Church in Russia Today
The Christian Church and African American Civic Engagement
The AIDS Pandemic, Poverty, and Sub-Saharan African Churches

Fall 2005, No. 8 

Contents:

Henry Institute to Study Religion and Civic Responsibility 
The Impact of the American Faith-Based Movement on Foreign Policy 
Third Biennial Pollsters and Parishioners Workshop 
Participation in Voluntary Associations: A Cross-National Perspective
Cooperative Clergy Study Project Culminates with "Pulpit and Politics"
Monsma Named Henry Institute's First Research Fellow
Upcoming Tenth Annual Paul Henry Lecture 
Scholarly Presentations and Discussions

December 2003, No. 7 

Contents:

Clash of Civilizations? Religion and Attitudes towards Islam and an Invasion of Iraq
Clergy in American Public Life: A Cooperative Research Project
Symposium on Religion and Politics: Call for Papers
Pollsters and Parishioners Workshop Examines Survey Research and Religion 
Faith and the Public Arena
Scholarly Presentations and Discussions

Winter 2003, No. 6 

Contents:

How Firm a Foundation? The Christian Right, the Republican Party, and the South
Cooperative Research Project on Clergy in American Public Life
Myths, Lies, and Soundbites
Pollsters and Parishioners
First Biennial Religion and Politics Symposium
Scholarly Presentations and Discussions

Fall 2001, No. 5 

Contents:

Cooperative Clergy Study Project
Marching to Different Times? Religious Groups and the 2000 Election
Graduate Student Workshop
Institute Publishes Paul Henry Book
Symposium on Religion and Politics
New Edited Volume on American Politics

Fall 2000, No. 4 

Contents:

Washington D.C. Semester
Faith-based Delivery of Social Services
Student Research Assistants
Volume on Religion and American Politics
Pollsters and Parishioners
Fall Events

Winter 2000, No. 3 

Contents:

Christians in Political Science
Washington, D.C. Semester
Coats Delivers 3rd Annual Henry Lecture
CCCU Workshop
Project Zero Report
Pieter Meiring Speaks
Institute Notes

Spring 1999, No. 2 

Contents:

Clark E. Cochran on the Crisis of Institutions
Report on Future Issues in Aging Conference
Religion and the American Family Debate
Faculty Notes
Second National Conference of Christians in Political Science

Fall 1998, No. 1 

Contents:

Henry Institute Completes First Year
Conference on Religion, Social Capital, and Democratic Life
Senator Paul Simon Delivers Annual Henry Lecture
Excerpts . . . Inaugural Scholarly Lecture by J. Budziszewski
Roger Finke on the Future of American Religion
Faculty Notes
Upcoming Events
Data Archive on Religion and Public Life Inaugurated