Open Q&A Night

Join IPS President, Mike Winther, at Newark Community Church for an open Q&A night on June 14th (7-9pm). Come prepared with your burning questions on topics related to government, economics, history, and theology. Registration is not required but space is limited. IPS recommended books will be available for purchase.

A group of congregation and community members have been re-broadcasting the latest online version of the “Biblical Principles of Government” course at Newark Community Church.  They’ve been meeting on Monday nights to watch the class, but they’re taking a one-week break to host Mike and ask him questions.  They’re inviting you to join too if you’re interested.

Even if you can’t make it or if you don’t live in the area, you can still submit your questions online. However, those in attendance will be prioritized first. We cannot guarantee that your question will be addressed, but if there is time remaining, submitted questions will be answered in the order they are received.

For questions that are not able to be addressed during the Q&A session, we’ll try to follow up afterwards on an individual basis. This event is not a livestream, but the audio will be recorded and shared.

If you will be in-person, please bring your questions with you instead of submitting them below.


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Date

Jun 14 2021
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Time

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Newark Community Church

Location

Newark Community Church
37590 Sycamore St, Newark, CA 94560

Speaker

  • Mike Winther
    Mike Winther
    President

    Michael R. Winther is the President and Founder of the Institute for Principle Studies (IPS). He sits on the Board of Scholars at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy and holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Idaho.

    As a lifelong student of history and government, Mr. Winther feels a burden to teach the important principles of government and economics — principles that were known by many of our founding fathers, but unfortunately were forgotten a generation later.