C&G Bibliography

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Blogs by Organizations

Breakpoint - The Point
"Our goal is to examine and discuss various issues of the day from a Christian worldview perspective."

Provocations: A Journal from the Trinity Forum
"Just as ideas have consequences, so faith has implications for life. Our journal is designed to provoke reflection and conversation on faith’s implications for the way we think and act in all the various spheres of life, public and private."

Public Discourse
Not a journal or a blog, yet has frequent posts (on "Ethics, Law, and the Common Good"). We've also listedPublic Discourse with other great websites on our Publications page.  Happy reading!

Christianity Today
Check out their several blogs.  The "Imago Fidei" section is particularly interesting.

The New Atlantis
There are two active blogs on TheNewAtlantis.com — one on health care policy and one on reading, writing, and technologies of knowledge.

God's Politics Blog
From Sojourners: faith, politics, culture.




WORLD Magazine | Community
WORLD hosts a number of worthy blogs by Andrée Seu, Tony Woodlief, and others.

Family Research Council Blog
Family Research Council (FRC) champions marriage and family as the foundation of civilization, the seedbed of virtue, and the wellspring of society.

Institute of Public Affairs: Weblog
The nation's largest representative Orthodox Jewish organization brings its unique perspective to politics, public policy, Jewish communal affairs and religion in the public square.

Americans United for Life blog
Americans United for Life (AUL) is a nonprofit, public-interest law and policy organization whose vision is a nation in which everyone is welcomed in life and protected in law.

Moral Accountability
"With each assault by the Obama administration on laws and policies upholding the sanctity of human life and the dignity of marriage, we will ask all Catholics and Evangelicals, including those who supported Obama, to join us in resisting these assaults.  Our project is offered in a constructive spirit, not one of vilification."


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