Robert Nicholson: The Philos Project

The King welcomes Robert Nicholson, President and Executive Director of The Philos Project. Their Abraham’s Missing Child Initiative is a groundbreaking project that leverages recent developments in the Near East to support and sustain indigenous Christian communities. Listen to their podcast, The Deep Map, here.

Robert is also an advisory board member of In Defense of Christians, co-founded Passages Israel, and is an adjunct professor at The King’s College in New York City. He holds a BA in Hebrew Studies from Binghamton University, and a JD and MA in Middle Eastern history from Syracuse University. A former US Marine and a 2012-13 Tikvah Fellow, Robert founded Philos in 2014 to stimulate a new generation of religious and cultural exchange between the Near East and the West. His written work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Telegraph, New York Post, Jerusalem Post, Newsweek, Providence, First Things, The Hill, and National Interest.

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