Nathan Heath

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Nathan is a graduate of Wheaton College with degrees in international relations and music. He also studied at Davidson College and the University of Oxford and interned with the US House of Representatives, Opportunity International, and the Hudson Institute. He writes for The Philos Project Millennial Influx, AEI, 21st Century Wilberforce. His passion for defending religious freedom led him to co-author an open letter to US evangelical leaders encouraging them to thoughtfully and respectfully engage with our Muslim American neighbors, and he continues to be engaged in initiatives of interfaith, human rights, and economic development. Nathan currently works for a law firm in Richmond, Virginia.

How Can We Learn to Hope Again?

November 4, 2008. Cheers flooded the streets of Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Los Angeles. People danced in the streets as Barack Obama was...

Urging Compassion for the World’s Refugees

President Donald Trump’s latest executive action on immigration attempts to address the question of securing the border against terrorism. This misguided ban indefinitely bars...

Truth-Telling in the Age of Lies

The very concept of objective truth is fading out of the world. Lies will pass into history. -George Orwell In 2016, the Oxford English Dictionary's "Word...

Our Country, their Home: How Religious Toleration Here Affects the U.S....

Many of us who live in the United States regularly take for granted our freedom to worship as we choose. In particular, those of...

Weeping over Jerusalem: Empathy and Anguish in the Middle East

There are times when it just doesn't do any good to make an intellectual argument about something dear to your heart. Writing your heart...

Cast Down but not Destroyed: Reflecting on a Broken Europe

Europe as we know it has changed forever - or so it seems. Just over a week ago, the people of the United Kingdom voted...

Candidate Chaos: Part 1

  We're excited to release our very first Integras podcast, recorded by co-founders Ciera Horton and Nathan Heath live from downtown, Washington, D.C. last week!

Beyond Pragmatism: Following after Christ in an Age of Callousness

"It's just not practical." How many times have we heard or used that phrase to describe a situation or task set before us? Too...

Brought into the Light: Why Journalism Matters, Then and Now

It seems like journalists can’t leave well enough alone. From the Cosby scandal and Deflategate to Hillary’s emails and Trump’s wives, the American media...

Slouching Towards Surrender: Can America Avoid Authoritarianism?

"Religion is the opiate of the people," said Karl Marx. As far removed as our millennial generation is from the scourge of expansionist Communism,...