Listen: "Faith & Friendship Across the Aisle"- Two Former Congressmen Bridge Political Divide Through Shared Faith | Pepperdine University | School of Public Policy

Listen: "Faith & Friendship Across the Aisle"- Two Former Congressmen Bridge Political Divide Through Shared Faith

September 23, 2016  | 1 min read

Former U.N. ambassador and U.S. congressmember Tony Hall (D-OH) and former U.S. congressmember Frank Wolf (R-VA) discussed in a podcast with Dean Pete Peterson, how they fostered bipartisan cooperation to tackle issues ranging from human trafficking, religious persecution, political imprisonment, and global hunger. The podcast preceded an event at the School of Public Policy entitled, "Faith & Friendship Across the Aisle," on September 15, 2016, where they further discussed how the Gospel has united them in friendship, though they are on opposite sides of the political spectrum, and highlighted the importance of Christians standing up for religious freedom and human rights around the world. Pete Peterson, dean of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, moderated the discussion. Listen to the podcast and read more about Hall and Wolf.