“Sutherland Institute believes that religious organizations, people of faith and the concept of religious liberty are essential to a truly inclusive – or to use another term – pluralistic polity. The essays in this publication address that idea, from different points of view, some in close agreement, others expressing some skepticism, but all recognizing the importance of the underlying value of pluralism, particularly in a climate of misunderstanding and even suspicion.
The thoughtful and accomplished authors are from different religious backgrounds and represent a wide spectrum of opinions on the relevant issues. Their essays couple strong beliefs and convictions with reasoned and civil presentation.”
-William C. Duncan, director of Sutherland Institute’s Center for Family and Society
Other contributors in this publication include: William C. Duncan, Mustafa Akyol, The Reverend Marian Edmonds-Allen, Dr. David A. Anderson, Hillary Byrnes, Alexander Dushku, Sharon Groves, Tim Schultz, Nihal Singh, Howard Slugh and Josh Hammer, Asma Uddin, and Robin Fretwell Wilson.