Welcome Eric Teetsel

This week, we’re pleased to welcome Eric Teetsel as a guest contributor at Ricochet.

Eric directs the Manhattan Declaration, a national movement of Christians for life, marriage, and religious freedom founded by Charles Colson. Before joining the Declaration, he founded the Values & Capitalism program at the American Enterprise Institute with Henry Olsen and Arthur Brooks, and worked for former U.S. Senator Bill Armstrong at Colorado Christian University, along with numerous other initiatives.

A prolific writer and speaker, Eric was recently featured in WORLD Magazine’s “Emerging Christian Voices” series. He blogs regularly at Patheos and has written for Relevant and The City.

Eric and his wife Abby, live in Washington, D.C. with their dog Nash. 

Please welcome Eric Teetsel to Ricochet!

  1. Matthew

    What a great addition. I’ve enjoyed following Eric on Twitter for about the last year and look forward to his Ricochet contributions.

  2. Brasidas

    Welcome, Eric.  Looking forward to your postings here on Ricochet.

  3. Owl of Minerva


  4. Olive

    Welcome, Eric. Already following you on Twitter. 

  5. Barbara Kidder

    Welcome to Ricochet, Eric:

    Chuck Colson would, no doubt, be proud of your new association with this fine organization!

    I, too, read your article about Tim at Patheos, last November.  I was very moved.

    No doubt, many here will be eagerly awaiting your first ‘contribution’!


    Barbara Kidder

  6. MFQuinn

    I so appreciate what you do, Eric!

  7. Copperfield

    Welcome! What could be more relevant than life, marriage, and religious freedom, all of which are under siege. Thank you.

  8. Cornelius Julius Sebastian

    Excellent! Welcome!

  9. Eric Teetsel, Guest Contributor
    Hello all! Thank you for the warm greetings! And thanks especially to Troy for the opportunity. I’m honored to participate in the happenings here at Ricochet. My first contribution should be on its way shortly. Very much looking forward to the discussion. 
  10. Nanda Panjandrum

    Welcome, Eric!  Have admired your work and will enjoy reading you here.

  11. Schoolmarm

    Welcome, Eric!  I always love hearing you on RJ’s podcast, and I was particularly moved by this article you wrote:

    Your friend is one of the bravest men I’ve ever heard of.  Please give him my highest regards.

  12. Gus Marvinson

    Welcome, brother Eric!

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