Reinvigorating Faith in Communities
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Reinvigorating Faith in Communities

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The idea of faith-based social service is both hot and controversial. America's public conversation about the idea has escalated dramatically in the last few years, uniquely positioning the country for a potential reinvigoration of faith in communities. Hudson Institute's senior fellow Amy Sherman has spent the last six years examining the concerns, successes, and lessons...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by University of British Columbia Press (first published October 2002)
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