Join us on October 26th, 7:00 PM, at the Methodist Church in Gladwin as Professor William Wagner presents proven strategies to preserve our freedoms and explains how our U.S. Constitution protects freedom of thought, conscience, and faith.
1. The Structure and Power Delegated by “We the People” to Government
2. Constitutional Limits on the Exercise of that Power
3. Worldviews Collide: Understanding the Battle of Presumptions in Constitutional Governance
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Morality . Liberty . Good Governance
“The safeguard of morality is religion, and morality is the best security of law and the surest pledge of freedom.”
Alexis de Tocqueville
Prof. William Wagner takes the heart of Jesus to the culture. Discipling servant leaders, he equips them to share Jesus’ redemptive love and truth. In doing so he equips them to see all of who they are and what they do through the lens of God’s Word. William equips the church with strategies to transform the culture. He trains pastors and ministry leaders to contend for the faith. Shining the healing light of Christ into dark places, he shares the Good News of Jesus in unique unreached forums. He strategically works to ensure the next generation may do so free of persecution. Championing the cause of the defenseless and oppressed, he speaks truth on behalf of the persecuted and most vulnerable, and fights for freedom of thought, conscience, and religion in public forums around the globe. He promotes good governance and speaks of Jesus in the public square. Because Jesus calls us to be Salt and Light in the world, he wants to see nations transform, darkness dissolve, and the brokenhearted heal.
William holds the academic rank of Distinguished Professor Emeritus after many years of teaching constitutional law, advanced appellate advocacy, and ethics at two secular universities. He currently holds the WFFC Distinguished Chair for Faith & Freedom at Spring Arbor University. William is also the founder and President Emeritus of Salt & Light Global. He is an internationally recognized expert in constitutional law and good governance. As counsel in numerous matters before the U.S. Supreme Court, he authored briefs on behalf of various national Christian organizations. He also authored written testimony, evidence, and briefs in such forums as the Swedish Supreme Court, the U.S. Congress, and the U.K. Parliament. He has further addressed many executive, legislative, parliamentary, and judicial audiences throughout the world, and presented at various diplomatic forums including the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Professor Wagner’s public service includes serving as a federal judge in the United States Courts, legal counsel in the U.S. Senate and Chief Counsel of the Michigan Senate Judiciary Committee. He also served as senior assistant United States attorney in the Department of Justice, and as an American diplomat and Senior Advisor for Global Criminal Justice at the U.S. Department of State. His writing is published in numerous journals, books, and other publications.