Sacred Places, Civic Purposes: Should Government Help Faith-Based Charity?
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press | ISBN: 0815702590 | edition 2001 | PDF | 272 pages | 10 mb
Long before there was a welfare state, there were efforts by religious congregations to alleviate poverty. Those efforts have continued since the establishment of government programs to help the poor, and congregations have often worked with government agencies to provide food, clothing and care, to set up after-school activities, provide teen pregnancy counseling, and develop programs to prevent crime. Until now, much of this church-state cooperation has gone on with limited opposition or notice. But the Bush Administrations new proposal to broaden support for faith-based social programs has heated up an already simmering debate. What are congregations proper roles in lifting up the poor? What should their relationship with government be? Sacred Places, Civic Purposes explores the question with a lively discussion that crisscrosses every line of partisanship and ideology.
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