Given growing tension between the roles of church and state in the task of caring for the poor, the orphans, and the widows, what hope is there for genuine welfare reform? Here several leading thinkers in matters of church and public policy address that question. In light of the biblical teachings of charity, justice, responsibility and providence, they demonstrate the importance of families, private enterprise and the church in reforming welfare.
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