Report of the Symposium on Evangelicals and Foreign Policy
This report documents a symposium that highlighted the opinions and concerns of leading representatives of evangelical associations and prominent policy experts. Their statements address crucial questions about the increased evangelical agenda in development and foreign policy issues over the last decade, as well as the specific issues that have most galvanized the evangelical community. Other topics covered include the nature of religious freedom, evangelical support of Israel, the meaning of "family values," and evangelical organizations' work to prevent human trafficking, poverty, and genocide. Finally, the report highlights participants' exploration of how evangelical leaders mobilize public support for their positions and collaborate with other religious-and secular-advocacy organizations.
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