Appearances

 

Fall 2012

Duke University | Tuesday, September 11 at 7:45 PM
“The Bible in the Presidential Elections of 2012, 2008, 2004 & the Collapse of American Secularism”
Westbrook 0016
403 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

Georgetown University | Wednesday, September 12 at 6:00 PM
“Ten Debilitating Misconceptions about Secularism”
Kennedy Bioethics Research Library, Healy Hall
37th & O Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20057

Politics & Prose | Sunday, September 23 at 1:00 PM
Book talk: “How to Be Secular”
5015 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20008

Austin College | October 9 at 11:00 AM
Allen-Head Lecture: Jacques Berlinerblau
Sherman Hall, Hoxie Thompson Auditorium
Sherman, TX 75090

Baruch College | Monday, October 15 at 6:00 PM
“Are American Jews the Most Secular People on Earth?”
Newman Vertical Campus 14-285
One Bernard Baruch Way (55 Lexington Ave at 24th St)
New York, NY 10010

Trinity College | November
Details forthcoming

American Academy of Religion | Sunday, November 18 at 5:00 PM
“Does Secularism Have a Future? Responses to Jacques Berlinerblau’s How to Be Secular
A18-320
McCormick Place Convention Center
2301 S. Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60616

 

Spring 2013

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    A rousing defense of America’s secular roots as our nation’s best way to protect freedom of—and from—religion
    "How to Be Secular serves as an important reminder that . . . as I have noted in the past . . . we protect our rights to our personal beliefs by preserving the rights of our neighbors to believe otherwise. I agree wholeheartedly with Berlinerblau’s argument and highly recommend this powerful book.”

    —MARIO M. CUOMO, former New York Governor
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    —BARRY LYNN, executive director, Americans United for Separation of Church and State

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