Our experts presented talks at 80+ institutions and conferences.
It’s always an honor for Acton’s thought-leaders to speak at the world’s leading colleges, universities, and organizations. Last year, we lectured at Princeton, Stanford, Emory, Pontifical Urbaniana University, The King’s College, Reva University, and University of Glasgow to name a few. We also presented Acton’s ideas at the Anglican Leadership Institute, the Free Market Forum, and the Wilberforce Weekend.
We filled the shelves with new publications. (Including 12 new books to be exact.)
From scholarly monographs to books with layman’s appeal, Acton is committed publishing works that examine the intersection between faith and economics. Highlights include three new titles in our Abraham Kuyper Collected Works in Public Theology series and The Humane Economist: a Wilhelm Ropke Reader. Additionally, Samuel Gregg’s newest work, Reason, Faith, and the Struggle for Western Civilization was short-listed for the Conservative Book of the Year award.
We filled the airwaves with Acton Line, our popular podcast.
With triple-digit growth in 2019, Acton Line episodes covered everything from environmentalism to Kanye West’s Christianity. By joining the Ricochet Network, Acton Line tapped into new audiences eager to hear how faith, liberty, and free markets can be woven together for human flourishing.
How do you measure success? Is the path to a more free and virtuous society quantifiable? At Acton, our impact is clear from the testimonials of those who interact with us, attend our events, and use our resources in their own preaching, teaching, and work. Watch the video to see just one example of how Acton is making a difference.