Michael Cromartie, vice president at the Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC) and director of the Faith Angle Forum, has passed away at age 67. Under Cromartie’s leadership, the Faith Angle Forum brought together journalists and scholars from across the nation to talk about the role that faith and religious belief has in American culture and around the world.
The Trust has proudly partnered with EPPC and the Faith Angle Forum and will greatly miss Cromartie’s leadership.
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“Through his work as EPPC vice president, he evoked theologians and philosophers as he advocated for thoughtful engagement in public policy and civil discourse. In a political arena often dominated by competition, power grabs, and culture war debates, Cromartie stuck out by offering a friendlier, humbler approach. It’s this attitude that his colleagues remember most and cite as his greatest legacy.
“It can’t be said of many people, but everyone Mike touched was influenced for the better,” said Michael Gerson, a Washington Post columnist and former speechwriter for President George W. Bush. “His passing leaves a huge gap in American public life and in the lives of his friends.”