Mr. Cromartie in 2004 was nominated by President George W. Bush to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom and served as its chair in 2005 and vice-chair in 2006. He has appeared on television and radio programs including NPR’s All Things Considered and the ABC and CNN evening news, and has been quoted in the Washington Post, the New York Times, The New Republic, U.S. News & World Report, and others. He has published reviews and articles in First Things, Books & Culture, Crisis, The Washington Times, and Christianity Today, among others. He has edited ten books on topics including natural law, religion and politics, and foreign policy. He was also a co-host of a nationally broadcast weekly radio show called “Faith and Freedom.”
Before joining EPPC, he worked as a special assistant to Charles W. Colson at Prison Fellowship Ministries. A graduate of Covenant College, he holds an M.A. in Justice from The American University.
He and his wife, Jenny, have three children and live in Arlington, Virginia.
Through the Trinity Forum Speakers Bureau, Mr. Michael Cromartie is available to speak on public life & government, and the intersection of religion, politics, and the media.
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