Law and Religion: Who is Tutoring Whom?

Version: Unabridged
Author: Oliver Thomas
Narrator: Oliver Thomas
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Non-Fiction, Christianity, Lectures
Publisher: Chautauqua Institution/ The Great Lecture Library
Published In: N/A
Length: 1 hour, 15 minutes
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Oliver Thomas is a Baptist minister, author, educator, attorney and community leader. He has served as an attorney for the nation's largest Evangelical group, The Southern Baptist Convention, and has written books for the ACLU. He has lectured at Harvard as well as at Pat Robertson's Regent University and has served on the pastoral staff of churches in Tennessee and Louisiana. During his tenure in the nation's capital, Mr. Thomas taught church-state law at Georgetown University. The title of his lecture is Law and Religion: Who is Tutoring Whom?

Author Details

Author Details

Thomas, Oliver

Rev. Oliver "Buzz" Thomas is a Baptist minister and constitutional lawyer who over the last decade has been at the frontlines of debates regarding religion, science, and education. He currently serves as executive director of the Niswonger Foundation and lives in Tennessee with his wife and two daughters.