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Public Religion in a Privatized Society
The role of Christianity in secular society
by Pennings, Ray
It is not considered polite to publicly discuss religion or politics. If that is the case, why a Question Period in Parliament and broadcast the proceedings? As the seat of federal politics, Parliament Hill should discuss politics and the underpinnings of public policy, which always is very religious, serving God or self. In their view of themselves, Canadians, approximately 90% of the populations, ticks off the ‘religious’ box on a surveys. Polite or not, the author undertakes his journey in Public Religion in Privatized Society in this booklet, written for the Association for Reformed (Christian) Political Action (ARPA Canada).
Paperback, 25 pages, (The list price is for a package of 4 copies).
USD 9.95 / CAD 9.95