Political Strategies for the Health of the Nation. An evangelical call to civic responsibility. While evangelicals are becoming an increasingly viable force in American public life, too often their political agendas have lacked clarity, consistency, and Christlikeness. Catholicism has a rich history of papal reflections and directions, and Protestantism has its own traditions from which to draw, but evangelicals lack responsible approaches to their own earthly citizenship. The result has been an ineffective role in shaping civic debate.
Toward an Evangelical Public Policy will help conscientious Christians carefully develop a biblical framework that guides their political involvement. The editors show how to combine political philosophy with Scripture, tradition, and sophisticated study of the contemporary mindset. Contributors to this volume include David Gushce, Max Stackhouse, Paul Marshall, Nicholas Wolterstorff, Clive Calver, Tom Minnery, Richard Cizik and more. Foreword by Ted Haggard
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