About the Director
Policy Intersections Research Center was founded in November of 2012 by Dr. Anthony Horvath to better facilitate his pro-life and pro-liberty advocacy. He is the author of a pro-life book titled We Chose Life: Why You Should Too that shared his story and pleads with people to keep their unborn child, even if it is diagnosed with a birth defect. Roots and Fruits: The Conquest of America by the Culture of Death is a magazine-style primer he has written to quickly bring people up to speed with how today’s pro-abortion, pro-euthanasia, pro-population control agendas are grounded in activists of the not-too-distant past.
He attended and completed the International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism, and Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, under Dr. John Warwick Montgomery and Dr. Gary Habermas. He is included in the National Lutherans for Life speaker’s bureau and was president of Wisconsin Lutherans for Life in 2011-2012.
He is also the director of the Christian apologetics ministry, Athanatos Christian Ministries. The author of numerous books and columns, he is a prolific writer. His writing includes non-fiction, featured primarily through his blog, and also fiction, featured especially through the Bard and Book author community.
Anthony became more fully involved in the pro-life cause on account of his daughter, diagnosed in the womb with spina bifida. He and his wife were given the ‘choice’ to ‘terminate’ her, which they firmly rejected. He later learned that the majority of children diagnosed with a birth defect in the United States are aborted. He set out to discover why that was the case, and his pro-life advocacy resulted. His discovery of how much the issues of life and liberty are intertwined–and mutually under assault–resulted in the Policy Intersections Research Center.
Correspondence may be sent to:
PO Box 57
Greenwood, WI 54437
Email director Anthony Horvath at firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations are handled through an arrangement with Athanatos Christian Ministries. Use this link to make a donation by check, Dwolla, credit card, or Paypal.
Neither ACM or PIRC is tax exempt.