About The Speakers
Wednesday, August 1, 2007 at 10:13PM
City On A Hill

Dr. Alan Keyes has a Ph.D. in government from Harvard and wrote his dissertation on constitutional theory. He served as Interim President of Alabama A&M University in 1991. He speaks French and has studied Spanish, Russian, and ancient Greek, and is the author of Masters of the Dream: The Strength and Betrayal of Black America (1995); and Our Character, Our Future: Reclaiming America’s Moral Destiny (1996).

Dr. Keyes spent 11 years with the U.S. State Department. He served as Ronald Reagan’s ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council, where he represented the interests of the United States in the U.N. General Assembly (1983-85). He is an outspoken champion for the unborn, talk show host, regular guest on numerous news and talk programs and contributor to numerous news magazines and newspapers.

Dr. Rick Scarborough holds a Master of Divinity Degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry Degree from Louisiana Baptist Theological Seminary. From 1990 to June 2002, Dr. Scarborough was the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Pearland, Texas. In 1995 National Public Radio produced a two-part feature on Dr. Scarborough during which he was dubbed, "The Rising Star of the Religious Right". Dr. Scarborough founded Vision America in 1998. The Washington Post carried a front page story on the effective work that Dr. Scarborough is performing. He has also been featured in numerous periodicals including Time Magazine, People Magazine, The Houston Chronicle, USA Today and the Kansas City Star, and has appeared on many national programs including James Dobson, Fox News and Larry King Live.

Kim Noblitt – National Christian Recording Artist and Songwriter. Kim was for nine years the featured soloist for the group Truth. From 1999 – 2005 Kim served as Minister of Music for the dynamic First Baptist Church of Euless, TX He is President and Founder of G3Worship Music.

Lieutenant Gordon Klingenschmitt is a former Navy chaplain who was dismissed from the Navy for praying in the name of Jesus. He earned an MBA and Master of Divinity from Regent University where is he currently pursuing a Ph.D. Lt. Klingenschmitt said, "This is the result of the political correctness movement. My commanding officer told the Navy board to end my career, saying I overemphasized my own faith system in sermons and prayers. They also punished me, in writing, for quoting the Bible in chapel." He recently prayed in Jesus’ name on the floor of the Kentucky legislature and was honored by the governor of Kentucky as a "Kentucky Colonel".

Rich Hobson is the President of the Foundation for Moral Law.  The Foundation represents individuals involved in religious liberties cases and files amicus curiae briefs in state and federal courts. It also conducts seminars to teach the necessity and importance of acknowledging God in law and government.   Office is located in Montgomery, Alabama.



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