Published February 1, 2005
by Baker Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Ronald J. Sider (Editor), Diane Knippers (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
Get this from a library! Toward an evangelical public policy: political strategies for the health of the nation. [Ronald J Sider; Diane Knippers;] -- "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. TOWARD AN EVANGELICAL PUBLIC POLICY (Baker Books, ) 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 by drawing together contributions from. James W. Skillen, Toward an Evangelical Public Policy: Political Strategies for the Health of the Nation. Edited by Ronald J. Sider and Diane Knippers. Edited by Ronald J. Sider and Diane Knippers. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Books, pp. $, Journal of Church and State, Vol Issue 4, Autumn , Pages –, https://doi Author: James W. Skillen. For the Health of the Nation will be released simultaneously with Toward an Evangelical Public Policy, a book of 16 essays on the proper evangelical role in .
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