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We are Taylor University faculty, staff and students who defend historic, orthodox Christian doctrines in the context of contemporary moral, social and political issues.
We also believe, among other things:
  1. the traditional view of marriage as a covenant between one man and one woman;

  2. that respect for the rule of law and the principle of equal liberty are essential to civic order and human flourishing; 

  3. that a conservative-libertarian approach to race relations is most respectful of ethnic minorities and holds out the most promise for long term social justice in this country; and

  4. that all human beings bear the image of God and therefore (a) human fetal life deserves full protection under the law, (b) we have a duty to help and protect the poor and vulnerable, and (c) this has significant implications for human sexuality and gender identity.

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Res Publica Board

Gary Ross
  TU Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Richard Smith
  TU Professor of Biblical Studies

James Spiegel
  TU Professor of Philosophy & Religion

Benjamin Wehling
  Project Manager

Contributing Writers

Stacey Carter 
  Elementary Teacher

Zack Carter
  Assistant Professor of Communication

Stephen Hoffmann

  TU Professor Emeritus of Political Science

Ed Meadors

  TU Professor of Biblical Studies

Hadley Mitchell

  TU Professor of Economics

Michael Smith

  TU Adjunct Professor of Philosophy & Humanities (retired)

Amy Spiegel 
  Homemaker and Author

Drew Swing 
  TU Alumnus, Philosophy/Pre-med

Colleen Warren
  TU Professor of English

Stephen Weick

  TU Alumnus

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