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Religion and Civil Society

Religious Practice and Social Outcomes

Obamacare, Religious Liberty, and Civil Society

The question at the root of the debate over the Health and Human Services mandate requiring insurance plans to cover birth control is: Can the government mandate what insurance must cover, employers offer, and individuals buy? Read More.

Does Limited Government Mean Abandoning the Poor?

Government assumes that poverty is a material problem that can be solved by more entitlement spending. Read More.

Religious belief and practice are alive and well in American society, influencing the welfare of individuals and communities and helping build a flourishing society. Social science demonstrates that religious practice can positively affect community involvement, charitable giving, family and child well-being, and even health.


Experts on Religious Practice and Social Outcomes