Prof. William Wagner’s Upcoming Presentations

October 16-17 

2017 Pastors’ Conference (Lutheran Churches)

 Topic: Church and State

Great Wolf Lodge, 2501 Great Wolf Dr., Mason, OH 45040

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 July 17-20, 2017 CEAI Conference Colorado (tent)

Christian Educators Association International

Topic TBA 

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July 12, 2017 

Federalist Society – Nashville, TN

Topic: Interpreting the Constitution – The Virtue of Originalism or the Tyranny of the Few

 

 

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June 17, 2017 

Children’s March for Humanity – Washington D.C.

Topic: Parental Right to Raise Your Children

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May 26, 2017

Jackson Christian High School

Graduation Commencement Address Topic: Answering God’s Call

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May 22, 2017 @ 7:00 p.m

Koinonia Home School Group

Graduation Commencement Address Topic: Answering God’s Call

 

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May 5-6, 2017 

Michigan Oak Summit

Location TBA

Topic – Constitutional Authority

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April 29, 2017 

Michigan Conservative Union

Topic – ethics and politics, and apologetics

Capital City Baptist, Willoughby Rd, Lansing, MI

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April 22, 2017 @ 9:30-10:45 and 1:45-3:00

Spring Energizer for Michigan Educators Christian Fellowship (MECF)

Topic: God, Parents, Teachers, and the American Constitution

 

Mount Hope United Brethren Church, 5011 S Mount Hope Road, Carson City MI 48811

 

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March 30, 2017 (WW speaking)

Cornerstone University

Topic: Panel Discussion – Abortion and the sacred intrinsic value of human life

 

Location TBA -Grand Rapids, MI

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March 23, 2017 @ 6:30

Port Huron Citizen Group (Blue Water Tea Party)

Topic: God Man and Government – Civil Asset Forfeiture

Dodge Auditorium (Inside the St. Clair County Admin. Bldg.)

200 Grand River Blvd., Port Huron, Michigan 48060.

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March 19, 2017 @ 10:30 a.m. (WW Preaching) 

Victory Bible Church – Manchester

Topic: God, Man, and the Constitution

 

Written by 

William (@Prof.WWJD) serves as President of Salt & Light Global and Editor-in-Chief of SLG Witness. Together, he and his bride Marilyn home educated their children. Prof. Wagner holds the academic rank of Distinguished Professor Emeritus (Law and Constitutional Governance) where, as a tenured professor, he received the Beattie Award for Teaching Excellence. A frequent speaker at world conferences, Professor Wagner has a special interest in building and preserving environments where Christians may share the Good News of Jesus, free from persecution and oppression. Professor Wagner’s writing is published a number of articles, books, and other publications, including a national best seller (#1in its category). As lead amicus counsel a variety of matters before the United States Supreme Court, he authored briefs on behalf of various 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 United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva. Professor Wagner previously served in the United States Courts as a federal judge. Prior to his appointment on the federal bench, he served as a legal advisor and the chief American diplomat for the Department of Justice at an American Embassy in Africa. There he led a diplomatic mission charged with strengthening good governance and the rule of law. His international service also includes an appointment by the United States Courts as Commissioner to Canada. Over the years, Professor Wagner has provided international assistance to the justice sector institutions of numerous countries on five continents. Professor Wagner also served as Senior Assistant United States Attorney, litigating hundreds of federal cases and serving as chief of appellate litigation for the Office of the United States Attorney. Prior to serving in the Justice Department, Professor Wagner served as legal counsel in the United States Senate and as chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee of the Michigan legislature. As chief counsel, he supervised all legislative issues involving the separation of powers, due process, and other protections of individual rights and liberties, including the right to free expression and the free exercise of religious conscience. Professor Wagner received the post-doctoral Danforth Fellowship in Law after earning his J.D. in 1986. He serves, or has served, on the executive governing boards of a number of international and national ministries. Soli Deo Gloria.