Cultural ethicist Faye Lincoln has worked in high-level public policy and government relations for three decades. Over time, she developed a deep interest in the history and geopolitics of the Middle East and Europe. She has focused on the effects of converging religious, political, and economic structures of society and culture.
Lincoln is a writer who views Biblical history through the lens of her second generation Holocaust experience. Her first book of insight is Values that Shape the World—Ancient Precepts, Modern Concepts. In her work, Lincoln dissects and intersects millennia of history in the context of the Judeo-Christian principles that have driven and continue to drive the evolution and revolution of today’s highly-volatile world.