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Harry Jackson and Tony Perkins believe that America stands at a crossroads. As a nation we must choose God's blessings or His destruction of our society. The "Religious Right," as it has been termed, often looks to the world as its enemy, and many Christians have seen themselves as combatants in war against anti-God forces. In Personal Faith, Public Policy, Jackson and Per Harry Jackson and Tony Perkins believe that America stands at a crossroads. As a nation we must choose God's blessings or His destruction of our society. The "Religious Right," as it has been termed, often looks to the world as its enemy, and many Christians have seen themselves as combatants in war against anti-God forces. In Personal Faith, Public Policy, Jackson and Perkins take a radical new position, stating that the Christian church must lead morally and impact the culture with personal spiritual power and unified Christian public policy, demonstrating how a unified church can tackle each one of the seven major problems of our culture. Achieving victories in each of the seven areas presented will result in vanquishing the big problem facing our country-moral decay. Show Less


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Harry Jackson and Tony Perkins believe that America stands at a crossroads. As a nation we must choose God's blessings or His destruction of our society. The "Religious Right," as it has been termed, often looks to the world as its enemy, and many Christians have seen themselves as combatants in war against anti-God forces. In Personal Faith, Public Policy, Jackson and Per Harry Jackson and Tony Perkins believe that America stands at a crossroads. As a nation we must choose God's blessings or His destruction of our society. The "Religious Right," as it has been termed, often looks to the world as its enemy, and many Christians have seen themselves as combatants in war against anti-God forces. In Personal Faith, Public Policy, Jackson and Perkins take a radical new position, stating that the Christian church must lead morally and impact the culture with personal spiritual power and unified Christian public policy, demonstrating how a unified church can tackle each one of the seven major problems of our culture. Achieving victories in each of the seven areas presented will result in vanquishing the big problem facing our country-moral decay. Show Less

37 review for Personal Faith, Public Policy: The 7 Urgent Issues that We, as People of Faith, Need to Come Together and Solve

  1. 4 out of 5

    Luke Evans

    These dudes need to read James Davison Hunter, but unfortunately they won't. These dudes need to read James Davison Hunter, but unfortunately they won't.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    This is a good reference book which details the evangelical positions on various policy issues.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    This book provides a broad look at the issues facing our country and how people of faith (whether Democrat or Republican) can respond in a Biblical manner. In some cases, I felt the authors were too vague in offering guidance. Yet on the whole, the book stimulates thoughtful interaction with issues such as war, poverty, healthcare and the environment. A good starting point for discussion, although be careful not to read the materials in search of exact solutions or you will be frustrated.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Angel Fuentes

    Interesting book after following the presidential campaign: Obama for President

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    Will Vasconcelos

    The book offers some great insights into some of the most challenging issues we face as a society and as professing Christians.

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