Author: Elysia Martin

Elysia Martin

Elysia Martin is a student at American University pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Jewish studies. She formerly interned in the photo archives of the U.S. Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C., has worked as a campus intern for The David Project, and was a research associate at Endowment for Middle East Truth, a pro-Israel think tank, where her article “The Hidden Agenda of the BDS Movement” was published. Elysia received a grant in 2016 to conduct original research on Jewish converts to Christianity during the Holocaust and was also a part of the 2016 Bonhoeffer Fellowship class for Christians United for Israel. She is currently president of CUFI at American University. When she is not watching Hallmark movies or talking about how much she loves Texas, she can be found perusing old archives around Washington, D.C.

The Truth About Interfaith Dialogue

By Elysia Martin Monday, October 9, 2017

It was my fourth flight that week, and all I could think about was how foreign it felt to be…

Conference

Theology is the New Politics:
 How the Millennial Christian View of Israel is Changing

By Elysia Martin Friday, July 28, 2017

Millennial Christian support for Israel is changing—and for once it’s not all about politics. For many millennials, what’s tripping them…