"Faith-based" is a term that evokes thoughts of public policy issues, like
faith-based social initiatives (e.g., Prison Fellowship, Habitat for Humanity). Often, such
programs stem from scholarly research. We discuss faith-based research and
its outworkings in our Special Focus.
Church and State
Politics and Religion
"Jewish Court Excommunicates [Vice Presidential
candidate Joe] Lieberman" trumpets an October 23 CNSNews.com
headline. Politics and religion. As we near election day 2000, it's
a good time to examine their place together, our role as religious
citizens and the modern election process. See our Special
For the last decade, Cal-Berkeley law professor
Phillip E. Johnson has been at the forefront of
the public debate over evolution and creation.
The Phillip E. Johnson Page
presents Professor Johnson's works, primarily
in the area of origins.
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