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For faith and freedom

L. Hodgson

For faith and freedom

the Gifford lectures, 1955-1957 in the University of Glasgow

by L. Hodgson

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Published by Blackwell .
Written in English


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Statementby L. Hodgson. Vol.2, Christian theology.
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Open LibraryOL19859409M

LEWIS We enjoy a greater freedom when our society is based on the rules that allow us to become what we are meant to become. A Coalition of Faith, Family, and Freedom We wish every American would read this book; but there are three groups we really want to reach. They cannot be separated piecemeal, but must be opposed collectively. One of us Jay once shared them.

The rule of law depends on us, too. This audience was mostly adults and private sector business people and entrepreneurs, and it was a great opportunity to gain feedback from people who think about these things outside of Washington, DC. A political philosophy casts a vision for what we want for our society. They were vehemently anti-Christian.

Please call before going to store. For the same reason For faith and freedom book also pay taxes, for the authorities are ministers of God, attending to this very thing. The briefing drew national headlines and helped catapult Reagan to the lead in the presidential race. Before Jay and I met, he had been making the case that Christians should embrace free enterprise while also urging free marketers to embrace the causes of life, marriage, and religion. If the sale of marijuana is legalized, will that influence views on the morality of smoking pot? For example, Black men and women who perpetuated sexism against Black women had internalized white patriarchy, and Hall insisted that those who acknowledged the evil of racism had no excuse for not also recognizing the evil of sexism.


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