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GOD AND POLITICS
Pro-lifers, Moderates And Moral Indifference
Joseph Loconte, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of History, King's College in New York City
A democratic culture cannot draw strength from the emaciated ethics of individuals whose "private" morality never intrudes upon their "public" lives. It depends on citizens who believe in a set of moral truths -- grounded in a just and loving God -- and act on their beliefs in political life.
Believers Keep Faith In American Dream Despite Recession
Writer, Association of Religion Data Archives
More than half of Americans who are convinced God has a plan for their lives still strongly believe that "Anything is possible for those who work hard."
How Should Religion Behave In Public?
Fellow, The George Washington University's Program on Extremism
Religious believers, like everyone else in the public domain, must subject their moral principles and standards to the political test of scrutiny and analysis.
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