[MobilePRwire.com] Grand Rapids, Michigan/United States - Keep up on the latest faith, culture, and economic trends with the free Religion & Liberty app from the Acton Institute.
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Religion & Liberty is a quarterly publication from the Acton Institute that features articles in the areas of religion, politics, economics, literature, and culture and insightful book reviews. Acton began publishing this journal in 1991—one year after the Institute was founded. It has interviewed such notable figures as Margaret Thatcher, Walter Williams, William F. Buckley, Jr., and Chuck Colson.
About the Acton Institute
With its commitment to pursue a society that is free and virtuous, the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty is a leading voice in the national environmental and social policy debate. The Acton Institute is uniquely positioned to comment on the sound economic and moral foundations necessary to sustain humane environmental and social policies.
The Acton Institute is a nonprofit, ecumenical think tank located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Institute works internationally to "promote a free and virtuous society characterized by individual liberty and sustained by religious principles." For more on the Acton Institute, please visit www.acton.org.
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