Brian Lee to Serve as Guest Chaplain in House of Representatives

My friend Dr. Brian Lee, pastor of Christ Reformed Church in Washington D.C., will be serving as a guest chaplain in the House of Representatives today. Lee will be offering the opening prayer for the pro forma session at 2 pm this afternoon. You should be able to watch it live here.

Lee has years of experience working in for the federal government in various capacities. He’s also done some excellent writing on questions of religion and politics, and has been a helpful contributor to discussions about two kingdoms theology.

Congratulations Brian!

About Matthew J. Tuininga

Matthew J. Tuininga teaches politics and core studies at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia, and was recently appointed assistant professor of moral theology at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan (to begin in 2016). He has also taught at Emory University, Candler School of Theology, and Sewanee - the University of the South, having received his Ph.D. in Religion, Ethics and Society from Emory University in 2014. He preaches and speaks regularly and is available for requests via the Contact page of this blog.

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