Michael Cromartie

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The late Michael Cromartie was Vice President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, where he directed both the Evangelicals in Civic Life and Faith Angle Forum programs, before his death in 2017. His area of expertise included issues at the cross-section of religion and politics. Michael was the editor of fifteen books, including Religion and Politics in America; Religion, Culture, and International Conflict; and A Public Faith: Evangelicals and Civic Engagement. A senior advisor to the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life and a senior fellow with The Trinity Forum, he was also an advisory editor of Christianity Today magazine. Michael was appointed by President George W. Bush to a six-year term on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, where he was later twice elected chairman. Mr. Cromartie was a graduate of Covenant College (GA), and held an MA in Justice from The American University in Washington, DC.
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Working with the Media - An Interview with Michael Cromartie
Michael Cromartie Communication, Journalism, Media StudiesJournalism 00:00:00 2,534 3 Jun 2015
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The Right and Wrong Ways to Approach the Public Square
Michael Cromartie Politics Law and GovernmentAdvocacy and Politics 00:00:00 1,300 2 Jun 2015
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Principles for Working Effectively with the Media
Michael Cromartie Communication, Journalism, Media StudiesJournalism 00:00:00 1,856 2 Jun 2015
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How does the separation of church and state affect our political engagement?
Michael Cromartie Politics Law and GovernmentAdvocacy and Politics 00:00:00 1,088 30 May 2015
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How can Christians improve their portrayal in the media?
Michael Cromartie Communication, Journalism, Media StudiesJournalism 00:00:00 1,617 30 May 2015
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What is the Faith Angle Forum?
Michael Cromartie Communication, Journalism, Media StudiesJournalism 00:00:00 1,483 30 May 2015
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Why does the elite media so often struggle to understand religious believers?
Michael Cromartie Communication, Journalism, Media StudiesMedia 00:00:00 1,510 30 May 2015
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What does natural law teach us about society, politics, and the common good?
Michael Cromartie Politics Law and GovernmentAdvocacy and Politics 00:00:00 1,204 30 May 2015
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What is meant by the term 'culture war'?
Michael Cromartie Politics Law and GovernmentAdvocacy and Politics 00:00:00 1,372 30 May 2015
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Why is prudence a much needed virtue in the political realm?
Michael Cromartie Politics Law and GovernmentAdvocacy and Politics 00:00:00 1,266 30 May 2015

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