Insights · January 28th, 2007

If you are concerned about the role of religion in public policy, or the future of religion in the world and in America, check out the front page editorial in today’s Seattle Times newspaper (January 28, 2007, p. D1).

Glen Hiemstra and David Brown make the case that it is time to change the conversation about religion and to recognize the real challenges of a plurastic society.

The Times captured the central theme in this pull-out paragraph.

“We do not need elected leaders who can talk about their faith as much as we need elected leaders who can articulate the truth of our situation: that we are stuggling as a nation to live with religious diversity.”

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