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Restoring Our Faith brings together prominent leaders of the Judeo-Christian faith community to reignite our hearts and remind us of the truth of our heritage. We will discuss the impact of cultural breakdowns amidst the global pandemic of the past two years and address the critical role of natural marriage and family and the importance of protecting children in a flourishing society. Restoring Our Faith will reignite our hearts and revitalize our mission.

Dr. Ryan Anderson

Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D., is the President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and the Founding Editor o Public Discourse, the online journal of the Witherspoon Institute of Princeton, New Jersey.

He is the author or co-author of five books, including the forthcoming Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing. Previous books include When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment, Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom, What Is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense, and Debating Religious Liberty and Discrimination. He is the co-editor of A Liberalism Safe for Catholicism?
Perspectives from “The Review of Politics.”

Anderson’s research has been cited by two U.S. Supreme Court justices, Justice Samuel Alito
and Justice Clarence Thomas, in two Supreme Court cases.

Dr. Robin Armstrong

Dr. Robin Armstrong has always worked to be a servant leader throughout his life. He has been married to Martha Armstrong for 24 years and has four sons, Daniel, Gabriel, Joshua, and Noah.

Robin returned home after college and attended medical school and completed residency at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Robin is a man of deep faith and his faith directs his values and beliefs. He believes that all men and women have an eternal flaw, are loved by God, and saved by grace.
Robin practices medicine in his home town and is an owner of Armstrong Medical Group which is a group of hospital and nursing home physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Our largest hospital based practice is at the hospital where Robin was born. Robin has been involved at all levels of hospital leadership including on the Board of Directors of the hospital, President of the Medical Staff, Chief of Staff, Chair of Internal Medicine.

Dr. Armstrong has been a frequent guest on One America News Network and NEWSMAX television. He has been on radio programs all over the United States including major media markets of Houston, New York City, Las Vegas, and many others.

Dr. Jay Bhattacharya

Jay Bhattacharya is a Professor of Health Policy at Stanford University and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economics Research. He directs Stanford’s Center for Demography and Economics of Health and Aging. Dr. Bhattacharya’s research focuses on the health and well-being of vulnerable populations, with a particular emphasis on the role of government programs, biomedical innovation, and economics. Dr. Bhattacharya’s recent research focuses on the epidemiology of COVID-19 as well as an evaluation of policy responses to the epidemic. His broader research interests encompass the implications of population aging for future population health and medical spending in developed countries, the measurement of physician performance tied to physician payment by insurers, and the role played by biomedical innovation on health. He has published 135 articles in top peer-reviewed scientific journals in medicine, economics, health policy, epidemiology, statistics, law, and public health among other fields. He holds an MD and PhD in economics, both earned at Stanford University.

Dr. Pat Fagan

Pat Fagan Ph.D., (sociology and psychology) from Dublin, Ireland, was a grade-school teacher before specializing in child, family, and marital therapy, becoming a teaching consultant at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, McGill University Medical School’s teaching hospital for family physicians.

After doctoral studies in Washington DC he switched focus to family issues in public policy, working for Senator Dan Coats of Indiana, then as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Family and Social Policy, before joining Heritage Foundation to write and speak on the endless connections between marriage and worship in a well-functioning society. In the last decade, he built The Marriage and Religion Research Institute, working on the challenges facing students, parents, and pastors, with recent emphasis on fathers and grandparents. He has authored over 30 synthesis papers on marriage, family, children and religion, and commissioned dozens of analytic studies including The Index of Belonging (measuring the social health of America) and Mapping America (measuring the social capital of America by family structure and religious practice).

He and his wife Theresa have eight children and 18 grandchildren

Miriam Grossman

Miriam Grossman, MD is a medical doctor with training in pediatrics and child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry. Dr. Grossman has been exposing the dangers and falsehoods of the sexuality and gender industry since 2006. She is the author of Unprotected and You’re Teaching My Child WHAT? Dr. Grossman can be followed on her website, Facebook, and Twitter @Miriam_Grossman.

Mary Hasson

Mary Rice Hasson, J.D., is the Kate O’Beirne Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C., where she co-founded the Person and Identity Project, an initiative that equips parents and faith-based institutions with resources to counter gender ideology and promote the truth about the human person. An attorney and policy expert, Mary has been a keynote speaker for the Holy See during the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, addressing education, women and work, caregiving, and gender ideology, and serves as a consultant to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family, Life and Youth. She speaks frequently at national conferences, universities, and in dioceses across the country, and has testified before the U.S. Senate and the Australian parliament and state legislatures on parents’ rights and transgender issues. The co-author of several books on education, Mary’s writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, National Review, First Things, the National Catholic Register and Our Sunday Visitor, among others. Mary and her husband Seamus Hasson have seven grown children and three grandchildren.

Aaron Kheriaty

Aaron Kheriaty is currently Chief of Psychiatry & Ethics at Doc1 Health and Chief of Medical Ethics at The Unity Project. He is a Fellow and Director of the Program in Bioethics and American Democracy at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and a Senior Fellow and Director of the Health and Human Flourishing Program at the Zephyr Institute. Dr. Kheriaty holds the positions of Scholar at the Paul Ramsey Institute, Senior Scholar at the Brownstone Institute, Fellow at the National Catholic Bioethics Center, and he serves on the advisory board at the Simone Weil Center for Political Philosophy.

Dr. Kheriaty graduated from the University of Notre Dame in philosophy and pre-medical sciences, earned his MD degree from Georgetown University, and completed residency training in psychiatry at the University of California Irvine. Dr. Kheriaty has authored books and articles for professional and lay audiences on bioethics, social science, psychiatry, religion, and culture.

On matters of public policy and healthcare he has addressed the California Medical Association and has testified before the California Senate Health Committee. Dr. Kheriaty has consulted on Covid related ethical issues during the pandemic, such as ventilator triage and vaccine allocation, for the UC Office of the President, the County of Orange Healthcare Agency, and the California Department of Public Health.

Dennis Prager

First, he is a nationally syndicated talk show host – heard across the country on nearly 400 affiliates, in addition to,, and the websites of his many radio stations. His show also has listeners around the world via the internet.

Second, he is the founder of Prager University (PragerU) – the most viewed conservative video site in the world, with one billion views a year, more than half by people under the age of 35.

He is a New York Times bestselling author of nine books on subjects as varied as religion, happiness, morality, the left, Islamism, and America. He is a life-long theologian. His book, The Rational Bible, is the first volume of his five-volume commentary on the first five books of the Bible – rooted in his extensive knowledge of biblical Hebrew. It is currently the bestselling Bible commentary in America, and at publication was the #1 bestselling non-fiction book in the United States.

He is deeply passionate about preserving America, the West, and the Judeo-Christian value system – yet he may well be the calmest voice in radio.

Jay Richards

Jay W. Richards, Ph.D., is director of the DeVos Center for Life, Religion, and Family and the William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute.
He is author or editor of more than a dozen books, including two New York Times bestsellers.

He is also creator and executive producer of several documentaries, including three that have appeared widely on PBS.

the Heritage Foundation in 2021, after serving for seven years on the faculty at The Catholic University of America. At Heritage, he has been focusing on the dangers that gender ideology poses for children and families.
He has a PhD in philosophy and theology from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Roger Severino

Roger Severino is vice president of domestic policy and The Joseph C. and Elizabeth A. Anderlik Fellow at The Heritage Foundation.

Severino is a national authority on civil rights, conscience and religious freedom, the administrative state, and information privacy, particularly as applied to health care law and policy. He is a regular contributor to National Review Online and tweets at @RogerSeverino_.

Before joining EPPC, Severino was director of HHS’ Office for Civil Rights, where he led a team of over 250 staff enforcing our nation’s civil rights, conscience and religious freedom, and health information privacy laws. He served from 2017 to 2021 and was the longest-serving OCR director of the past three decades.

Dr. Janci Lindsay, PhD

Dr. Janci Lindsay, PhD is the Director of Toxicology and Molecular Biology for Toxicology Support Services, LLC. She holds a doctorate in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Houston-MD Anderson Cancer Center. She has over 30 years of scientific experience, primarily in the areas of toxicology and immunology. She is a full member of the Society of Toxicology. She has authored and co-authored multiple scientific publications and has presented her research at national and international scientific meetings. Her focus on Covid-19 has been on the molecular pathways that are involved in reproductive harms, cancers and coagulopathies caused by the genetic vaccines and their excipients, as well as understanding the molecular mechanisms behind the various treatments for Covid-19 and other emerging viruses.

Rabbi Dr. Ari Lamm

Rabbi Dr. Ari Lamm is Chief Executive of Bnai Zion, founder of The Joshua Network, and host of Good Faith Effort.

Prior to his tenure at Bnai Zion, he served as Special Advisor to the President of Yeshiva University. He is also formerly the William Fischman Resident Scholar at the Jewish Center in Manhattan. A graduate of Yeshiva University, Rabbi Lamm earned his MA, as a US-UK Fulbright Scholar, in Jewish Studies and Eastern Christianity from University College London, an MA from Princeton University in Religion, and rabbinical ordination from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. He earned his PhD in ancient Judaism and Christianity from Princeton University.

As an historian of religion, he is interested in the role of religion, religious values and tradition in shaping the global moral discourse. His particular expertise lies in the relationship between Judaism, Christianity and other world religions, from antiquity to today. He is passionate about exploring both traditional values and human ingenuity as powerful forces for good in the world.


Martin Kulldorff

Martin Kulldorff, PhD, is an epidemiologist and biostatistician. He is Professor of Medicine at Harvard University (on leave), a senior scholar at the Brownstone Institute, and a founding fellow of the Academy of Science and Freedom.

His research focuses on infectious disease outbreaks and the monitoring of vaccine and drug safety. In October 2020, he co-authored the Great Barrington Declaration with Sunetra Gupta at Oxford University and Jay Bhattacharya at Stanford University, arguing for focused protection of high-risk individuals instead of school closures and other lockdown measures.

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