Well Versed brings biblical principles of governance to government leaders in Washington, D.C., the United Nations in New York City, and co-sponsors a Jewish rabbi-led Tanakh study in the Knesset, the Israeli Parliament, in addition teaching biblical principles to young adults and local church congregations.
God, who has established government and establishes nations, gave us the Word which contains biblical principles of governance.
To the extent that biblical principles of governance are followed in civil government, to that same extent human suffering, pain and poverty can be reduced.
About Dr. Jim Garlow
Dr. Jim Garlow is the Founder and CEO of Well Versed, Inc. He is an author, communicator, commentator, historian, cultural observer and has served most of his adult life as a pastor. Garlow is heard daily on over 800 radio outlets nationwide in his one-minute commentary called “The Garlow Perspective,” and has appeared on numerous national TV shows on NBC, ABC, CNN, Fox, MSNBC, CNBC and Comedy Central.
Garlow has done over 1,400 radio, TV and print interviews – national and local – covering a wide range of topics: historical, theological, political, religious liberty, marriage and family issues and cultural trends.
He graduated from Drew University (Ph.D. in historical theology), Princeton Theological Seminary (Master of Theology), Asbury Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity), Southern Nazarene University (B.A. & M.A.), and Oklahoma Wesleyan University (A.A.).
Garlow has written 19 books, most recently Well Versed: Biblical Answers to Today’s Tough Issues and This Precarious Moment: Six Urgent Steps That Will Save You, Your Family And Our Country, both released by Regnery Publishers of Washington, DC along with God Will See You Through This: 26 Lessons I Learned from the Father Through the Joys and Hurts of Everyday Life.
His books have been translated into nearly a dozen languages.
In 2013, Jim became a widower. He married Rosemary Schindler in 2014. Together, Jim and Rosemary have eight children, eight grandsons and two granddaughters.