One Nation, Many Beliefs: Talking About Religion in a Diverse Democracy

October 17, 2011

One Nation, Many Beliefs The discussion guide, One Nation, Many Beliefs, is designed to strengthen relationships and understanding across religious and philosophical perspectives as a foundation for talking about inter-group tensions and the role of religion in public decision making.


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