In a deeply unsettled time, why study Politics at Colorado Christian University? With war and immigration in the news, rising threats to religious liberty, open hostility to a culture of life, and changing understandings of what it means to be human, how can believers be trained to actively engage in government?
Hosted in partnership with the CCU Politics Department, this event brings together nationally recognized public officials, CCU’s President and faculty, and successful alumni to provide multiple perspectives on the question:
Come hear about Colorado Christian University’s unique approach to studying politics, which combines a grounding in the liberal arts and the study of classic texts, thoughtful application of Scripture, and significant internship opportunities at all levels of government.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Studying Politics in a Time of Crisis: The Politics Program at Colorado Christian University
Monday, November 1, 2021
7:00pm – 8:30pm MT
Anschutz Great Room
Colorado Christian University
8787 W. Alameda Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80226
With Keynote Address from Governor Matt Bevin
Matt Bevin is a husband, father of nine children, US Army veteran, small business owner and recently served as the 62nd Governor of Kentucky.
As Governor, he developed and directed the passage of the most fiscally responsible budgets in Kentucky’s history, strengthening and stabilizing Kentucky’s financial foundation and future. Through initiatives like “Red Tape Reduction” and “Kentucky Trained, Kentucky Built”, he worked to help Kentucky become the center of engineering and manufacturing excellence in America.
Gov. Bevin invested substantial political capital and financial resources in education and workforce development, pension reform, defending every single Kentucky life, reforming foster care and adoption, creating a healthier Kentucky, protecting those who protect us, and creating open and transparent government.
Throughout his life, Gov. Bevin has participated in numerous, off the beaten path adventures such as skydiving, bungee-jumping, riding his bicycle across the United States, running with the bulls in Pamplona and visiting more than 50 countries around the world.
He is grateful to be an American. His passionate love for God and country is the driving force behind his personal and professional decisions.