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Free to Serve: Protecting the Religious Freedom of Faith-Based Organizations

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“How Christian Institutions Can Stay Christian Amid Secular Pressure” is a thorough interview with the authors of Free to Serve: Protecting the Religious Freedom of Faith-Based Organizations by Stephen Monsma and Stanley Carlson-Thies (Brazos, 2015, 208 pages).  They discuss the concept of principled pluralism and strategies to offset the secular assumption that only nonreligious ideas should inform civil discourse and the public square.  This, they argue, results in limiting religion to the church, synagogue, and mosque but ultimately relegates all convictions, secular and religious, to merely personal and private concerns–an incoherent and irrational outcome for all.

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