The high cost of indifference : can Christians afford not to act? / edited by Richard Cizik. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: Ventura, California, U.S.A. : Regal Books, [(c)1984.Description: 238 pages ; 21 cmContent type:
- BR1642.H544 1984
- BR1642.U5.C582.H544 1984
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Preface Billy A. Melvin Why this book? Robert P. Dugan Who is my neighbor? : a Christian response to the poor Beth Spring Reconciliation and involvement : a positive approach to the media John Rodman Abortion and the third way of the kingdom Norman B. Bendroth International religious liberty and the great commission Kerry Ptacek The Christian and the problem of crime : what we can do about it Daniel W. Van Ness The pornography revolution : is pornography only dirty pictures? March Bell Religious freedom and the public schools Samuel E. Ericsson The hall of deadly mirrors : peace and nuclear arms Charles W. Jarvis A plan for action Richard Cizik One person can make a difference Understanding Congress Understanding political parties Communicating effectively Understanding elections and voting intelligently Getting organized Voter registration : a guide for evangelicals.
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