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Museum of the Bible Speaker Series: Byron Johnson: The Role of the Bible in Prisoner Transformation

  • Museum of the Bible 400 4th Street Southwest Washington, DC, 20472 United States (map)

In the latest installment of the Museum of the Bible Speaker Series, Byron Johnson, Religious Freedom Institute Senior Advisor and the Director of the Institute for the Studies of Religion at Baylor University will address the role of the Bible in prisoner transformation. 

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There is mounting evidence that increasing religiosity not only reduces crime and delinquency, but also promotes prosocial behavior. Museum of the Bible is excited to host Byron Johnson who will present compelling evidence that the Bible and faith-motivated individuals and organizations provide a powerful antidote to crime-related problems.

Speaker: Byron Johnson, Director, Institute for the Studies of Religion at Baylor University and Senior Advisor, Religious Freedom Institute

Respondents: Philip Monroe, American Bible Society; Richard Lewis, Prison Fellowship

To Learn more about the event and to reserve tickets visit: https://www.museumofthebible.org/education/public-programs/role-of-the-bible-in-prisoner-transformation