Richard Thompson: Former Non-denominational Protestant
August 12, 2013
Richard shares with Marcus about his early days as the son of immigrant parents from Armenia and the moral foundation he received by participating in the Protestant church of his neighbors. However, through college, law school and in his career as a lawyer, there was very little connection with those seeds of faith planted. It was not until serving as the prosecutor in the Dr. Kevorkian case that Richard began to earnestly delve into the significance of the Judeo-Christian roots of our nation. It led him into the Catholic church and stirred within him a passion for truth and righteousness. Today, Richard serves as the president and chief counsel of the Thomas More Law Center.