People of faith, black or white, Democrat or Republican, have the opportunity - and a responsibility - to shape the public policy of our nation. In this insightful, thought-provoking volume, 7 key issues - the value of life, immigration, poverty and justice, racial reconciliation, religious liberties, the family, the environment and global warming - are examined and evangelicals are challenged to take action to define our nation's future.
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Date:March 31, 2008
Every one who has a conscience should read this book & then GIVE IT TO OUR KIDS!!