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Thursday, Mar 03, 2005

god help us

"To be sure, neither document leaves any doubt about evangelicalsí opposition to high-profile issues like gay marriage, abortion, and stem-cell research. But what the essays in Toward an Evangelical Public Policy also suggest is that there are many evangelicals in the country who have looked at conservative Republicansí co-opting of Christianity in recent years and found that they didnít particularly like what they saw. Anyone uncomfortable with biblical justifications for public policy will find a lot to squirm over in the book -- but Democrats will also find many ideas that they can wholeheartedly agree with on a policy level."

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