With Congress in August recess, we take a break from our usual policy focused conversations to bring you interviews with leaders we admire who are shaping the world of Christian political engagement. This week, Chelsea Patterson Sobolik sits down with Jennifer Marshall Patterson of The Heritage Foundation and Reformed Theological Seminary.
Jennifer Marshall Patterson is a senior visiting fellow in the Institute of Family, Community and Opportunity at The Heritage Foundation and a visiting lecturer and director of the Institute of Theology and Public Life at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington. Previously, she served as a vice president of The Heritage Foundation. She has spoken at national and international forums, including many ERLC conferences, testified before Congress, authored the book Now and Not Yet: Making Sense of Single Life in the Twenty-First Century, and appeared on numerous radio and television shows. Marshall is pursuing doctoral studies at The Catholic University of America in moral theology and ethics. She holds masters degrees in religion from Reformed Theological Seminary and in statecraft and world politics from the Institute of World Politics and a bachelor’s degree in French and from Wheaton College.
Resources from the Conversation
- Jennifer’s work at The Heritage Foundation
- Follow Jennifer on Twitter @MarshallJenA
- Jennifer’s work at Reformed Theological Seminary
- Jennifer’s book Now and Not Yet: Making Sense of Single Life in the Twenty-First Century
- The Gospel Comes with a House Key by Rosaria Butterfield
- ERLC | Capitol Conversation Podcast
Last week’s episode: August Profiles: Justin Giboney on Christian compassion and conviction in politics