Personal Faith, Public Policy
Harry Jackson and Tony Perkins believe that America stands at a crossroads. As a nation we must choose God's blessings or His destruction of our society. The "Religious Right," as it has been termed, often looks to the world as...
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Harry Jackson and Tony Perkins believe that America stands at a crossroads. As a nation we must choose God's blessings or His destruction of our society. The "Religious Right," as it has been termed, often looks to the world as its enemy, and many Christians have seen themselves as combatants in war against anti-God forces. In Personal Faith, Public Policy, Jackson and Perkins take a radical new position, stating that the Christian church must lead morally and impact the culture with personal spiritual power and unified Christian public policy, demonstrating how a unified church can tackle each one of the seven major problems of our culture. Achieving victories in each of the seven areas presented will result in vanquishing the big problem facing our country-moral decay. Show Less
Tony Perkins is president of the Washington, D.C.-based Family Research Council. He is a former member of the Louisiana legislature and a Republican candidate for the United States Senate in 2002. Perkins hosts a daily national radio program, "Washington Watch," which airs on over 150 stations. Additionally, he provides a daily, one minute commentary that is aired on over 400
stations. A veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and a former police officer and television news reporter, Perkins brings a unique blend of experience and leadership to the pro-family movement. He has his undergraduate degree from Liberty University and a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Louisiana State University. Perkins and his wife, Lawana, have five children.
Harry R. Jackson Jr., author of The Warrior's Heart, is senior pastor of the 2,000-member Hope Christian Church located outside Washington, D.C. With a B.A. from Williams and an M.B.A. from Harvard, Jackson has been ordained a bishop by the Fellowship of International Churches. He and his wife, Michele, have two daughters and live in Bowie, Maryland.