In search of a national morality: a manifesto for evangelicals and Catholics
From their many common beliefs, orthodox Catholics and Evangelicals have arrived at clear and identical positions on many issues of law and public policy, especially regarding freedom of religion, secularization of society, and matters of morality. In this manifesto, scholars from both areas address the most important issues of law and public policy and propose an agenda for a cooperative Christian witness.
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