2018 Quakers in Politics Web Panel

On March 22, 2018, Friends Journal and the Earlham School of Religion co-sponsored a live web panel with six first-time candidates for U.S. Congressional seats. Find out what motivated these first-time candidates to give up their privacy for the glare of public service.

You can also watch it on the Earlham School of Religion Vimeo page.

Does faith influence values? Can it be a factor in governance without closing the gap between church and state? If faith and values have a place in the discussion, what might it mean to be a quaker and run for Congress? How do Quakers relate to the governing of the country? Earlham College President Alan Price moderated the two-hour panel discussion with Quaker U.S. Congressional candidates:


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