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’74 Alum and Noted Washington Expert Speaks on Campus

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’74 Alum and Noted Washington Expert Speaks on Campus

Photo Courtesy: Westminster Theological Seminary

by Public Relations Office - Cedarville, OH

September 27, 2006

Cedarville, Ohio-Did George Washington think of God as a distant Architect of the universe or as a personal friend? After years of extensive research and documentation, Dr. Peter Lillback has stirred the controversy over Washington's spiritual beliefs with his new book, George Washington's Sacred Fire (Providence Forum Press), which proposes that our nation's first president was a devout Christian. Lillback spoke at Cedarville University on Monday, Oct. 2 in the University's Dixon Ministry Center.

A 1974 graduate of Cedarville University, Lillback is the president of Westminster Theological Seminary. He holds degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary and Westminster and has authored two other books: The Binding of God: Calvin's Role in the Development of Covenant Theology and The Practical Calvinist: An Introduction to the Presbyterian and Reformed Heritage.

Lillback's message can be heard online at CDR Radio, The PATH®, is a community-supported media ministry of Cedarville University.