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Tyler Castle

Posts by Tyler Castle

Tyler Castle is the director of AEI's Initiative on Faith & Public Life. He is a graduate of Westmont College (political science), a former John Jay Institute Fellow, and a former intern for Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-MI) and AEI’s Values & Capitalism program. He writes regularly on issues of society, faith, and politics, and he is the former cocaptain of the championship-winning AEI softball team.
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Dr. Peter Meilaender Named 2020-2021 Visiting Professor

Dr. Peter Meilaender, Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Department of History and Political Science at Houghton College (NY), has been named the 2020–2021 Visiting Professor for AEI’s Initiative on Faith & Public Life. In this position, which rotates...

Introducing AEI’s Initiative on Faith & Public Life

Founded in 2009, AEI’s Values & Capitalism initiative celebrated its tenth anniversary this year. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of many staff, interns, and partners, we have accomplished a great deal in the past decade. We’ve hosted over 60 major...

Dr. Paul Miller Named 2019-2020 Visiting Professor

Dr. Paul Miller, Professor of the Practice of International Affairs at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, has been named the 2019–2020 Visiting Professor for AEI’s Initiative on Faith & Public Life. In this position, which rotates annually...

Prof. Brian Brenberg Named Values & Capitalism Visiting Professor

Brian Brenberg, associate professor of business and economics at The King’s College, has been named the Values & Capitalism Visiting Professor for the 2017–2018 academic year. In this position, which rotates annually (and has previously been held by Dr. Stephen...

Is There a Christian Way to Vote?

After nearly 20 months of campaigning, tomorrow is election day. For most of us, the end of the 2016 election cycle has been long-awaited. To be honest, it seems like almost an afterthought to me, as I have been intentionally disengaged from the election for some time...