"Our AU chapter looks forward to presenting speakers who can provide an interesting inside look at important issues concerning the First Amendment support of separation of religious views from civil laws,” said OK-AU Communications Chair, James NImmo.
"The United States supports hundreds, if not thousands, of religious denominations. Not a single one of them can be allowed to gain political strength over any other denomination."
"The Death Penalty is literally 'a matter of life and death,'" Tabbernee said. "Like all such matters, people have strongly held opinions on the subject. Opinions influenced by their religious beliefs and values."
“The topic of my talk will be ‘Secularism: Lessons learned from the Turkish experience,” said Ertuck. “My talk will be generally centered around experiences of the idea of separation of church/mosque and state in Turkey.”
"I'll talk about what role separation has had in keeping religion robust in the US while keeping religious violence relatively low,” said Flesher.
“I am convinced that the best way to make progress politically is through non-partisan state and national organizations,” said Nimmo.