Keith J. Pavlischek

Dr. Keith Pavlischek, a fellow at the Center for Public Justice, serves as director of the Civitas Program in Faith and Public Affairs. He is the author of John Courtney Murray and the Dilemma of Religious Toleration. He earned his Ph.D. in religion, ethics, and society from the University of Pittsburgh, his Th.M. in Christian apologetics from Westminster Theological Seminary, his M.Phil. In systematic theology from the Institute for Christian Studies, and his B.A. in political science and history from Waynesburg College.

Additional information about Keith Pavlischek is available through the web pages of ISI Books.


Volume 16

Guests on Volume 16: Philip Cushman, on the cultural history of psychotherapy in America; R. Laurence Moore, on religious disestablishment and the growth imperative; Keith J. Pavlischek, on the shrinking foundations supporting religious liberty; Dean M. Kelley, on the government's deadly interpretation of the Branch Davidian religion; Alan Jacobs, on the storytelling powers of neurologist Oliver Sacks; Kathleen Murphy, on Ingmar Bergman's films and the lack of seriousness in contemporary film; Michael Allen Gillespie, on the medieval (and theological) sources of nihilism; Robert Wilken, on similarities between the early Church's culture and our own; and Francis Crociata, on the music of American composer Leo Sowerby.