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Sirico Parables book

Nathan Mech oversees the Collins Center for Abrahamic Heritage at the Acton Institute, which explores insights from the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam on questions of liberty, economics, peace, and virtue. Nathan organizes conferences, book publications, and media creation in this role, and builds global networks of religious scholars. He previously spent several years as a project manager on Acton Institute’s executive team, managing special projects for the President and Executive Director. In this role, he created Acton Institute’s Business Matters conference, one of the organizations most popular annual events, among other accomplishments. An author and occasional podcast host, he holds a B.A. in Philosophy, Political Science, and Religion from Grove City College.