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Interview with PHC President Graham Walker

Vol. 68, Prg. 21–25
July 10–14, 2006

Academia has largely moved away from the objective truth of God’s Word. What can we do about it? Drawing on his Christian worldview and his experiences as a college professor, homeschooling dad Dr. Graham Walker outlines the biblical values embraced by Patrick Henry College and important to the pursuit of true knowledge.

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Introducing a New President
Homeschoolers at the College Level
Challenges to Truth in the Ivy League
A Vision for Patrick Henry College
What is the Source of Truth?

Dr. Graham Walker
Dr. Graham Walker Dr. Graham Walker served most recently as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Since earning his Ph.D. in political philosophy from Notre Dame in 1988, he has held numerous academic positions, including an eight-year stint teaching political science at the University of Pennsylvania and a seven-year span as Associate Professor of Politics at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He also served for several years as Visiting Scholar in Religion and Philosophy at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington. Dr. Walker has also published two books and a variety of essays. He and his wife, Lindy, have homeschooled their two daughters since the mid-1990s. In summer 2006, Dr. Walker will assume the role of Patrick Henry College's second president.

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