TKC's Dr. Anne Hendershott In "Catholic World Report"
Article highlights cooperation between Catholics and Evangelicals in Pro-Life Movement
Dr. Anne Hendershott, Professor of Urban Studies and the Chair of Politics, Philosophy and Economics at The King's College, published an article in the January 2010 issue of "The Catholic World Report" titled "Faith Based Activism."
The article focused on "cooperation between Catholics and Evanglicals...as they join together in efforts such as 40 Days for Life."
"Faith Based Activism" cited the "Manhattan Declaration: A Call of Christian Conscience," which made national headlines back in November, as a model of cooperation between Christians of all backgrounds. The "Manhattan Declaration" was drafted by both Catholics and evangelicals. It calls for Christians to stand for the protection of the unborn, for religious liberty, and for the dignity of all human beings. (TKC's Provost Dr. Marvin Olasky was a charter signer of this document. By early January, the document had nearly 400,000 co-signers.)
One of the features of Dr. Hendershott's article was her collaborator: King's College student Nicholas Dunn, a sophomore, shared the by-line with Dr. Hendershott to acknowledge the work he did in the research and early drafting of the article.
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