Baylor in Washington, Feb. 3-5, 2014
Religious liberty and freedom of conscience have served for centuries as bedrock tenets of Baptist thought and practice. When the U.S. Constitution was being created, Baptists were in the forefront of requesting our historic First Amendment that would guarantee the freedom of worship for all immigrants who would join them.
These foundational Baptist and American principles have deeply informed Baylor University's mission since the institution's founding in 1845. From February 3-5, 2014, the Baylor in Washington program will offer participants an opportunity to join Baylor's unwavering commitment to religious freedom through a series of events in our nation's capitol, held in partnership with a range of individuals and organizations including the Gallup Organization and Baylor's Institute for the Studies of Religion.