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In a pluralistic world that views traditional faith with suspicion, what would a Christian society look like? What should Christians hope for their countries? Peters examines books by T. S. Eliot and R. R. Reno in pursuit of answers.
Named as this year’s Templeton Prize laureate, Rabbi Sacks explores the origins of human conflict and religious practice in a new book. Is religion an evolutionary stage that must be discarded, or is it still vital to understanding today’s problems?
Our witness for Christ will require three sometimes neglected aspects of Christian life: hope, mercy, and communities of friendship.
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