Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion, Law, and Public Life
John E. Carter, a 2010 alumnus of Wake Forest School of Divinity, has been appointed visiting assistant professor of religion, law, and public life at Wake Divinity. He will also serve as a visiting assistant professor of law with Wake Forest University School of Law and as an affiliate in the Program for Leadership and Character. He recently completed his Ph.D. at Boston College having previously earned a JD from Duke University Law School. His doctoral dissertation explores legal and moral debates about religious liberty and the sanctity of conscience in light of the Christian tradition’s understanding of both.
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