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Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis
Our Endangered Values America's Moral Crisis
Author: Jimmy Carter
President Jimmy Carter offers a passionate defense of separation of church and state. He warns that fundamentalists are deliberately blurring the lines between politics and religion.As a believing Christian, Carter takes on issues that are under fierce debate -- women's rights, terrorism, homosexuality, civil liberties, abortion, the death penal...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780743285018
ISBN-10: 0743285018
Publication Date: 9/26/2006
Pages: 224
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Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Book Type: Paperback
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Wow! This is a must read book, both for people who think our country is going to hell in a hand basket, and perhaps even more for those who think this country is (finally) on the right track. Riveting! Incredible! Every page contains concise explanations that make the reader want to carry this book with them everywhere, because none of us can every say these things as succinctly and clearly as Mr. Carter has!
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I've always thought Jimmy Carter was the greatest human rights president we've had, but I didn't know he was a Southern Baptist. He addresses the big social and economic issues through the lens as a Christian and as a politician. As someone who's grown up without religion and a firm believer in separation of church and state, I really enjoyed learning about his experiences with morals and ethics before, during, and after his presidency. I always love reading books that I agree and disagree with, and this was a perfect balance. A really amazing and quick read.