Christopher Wolfe is Distinguished Research Scholar in the Department of Politics at the University of Dallas, specializing in Constitutional Law and Legal Philosophy. He is the author of The Rise of Modern Judicial Review (1986) and Natural Law Liberalism (2006). He received his B.A. summa cum laude from the University of Notre Dame in 1971, and went on to obtain a Ph.D. in political philosophy at Boston College in 1978. A secondary field of Chris’ interest has been religion and politics. In 1989 he founded the American Public Philosophy Institute, whose purpose was to promote a natural law public philosophy in American life.
Chris also has a great interest in marriage, sexuality, and family life, and has written academic and popular pieces on these topics and given lectures (with his wife Anne) on them. Chris and Anne have been blessed with ten children, ranging in age from 48 down to 31, and now have ten grandchildren.
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