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.

Slouching Towards Surrender: Can America Avoid Authoritarianism?

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Why Freedom Matters: Reflections on Age-old Truth in a Volatile Era

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Completing His Finished Work: Mourning and Thanksgiving on Good Friday

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Put Not Your Trust in Princes: The Myth of Public Morality

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