Baptists and humanists issue joint declaration

March 1996
Christian Century;3/13/96, Vol. 113 Issue 9, p288
Reports that a group of self-professed secular humanist scholars and Baptist intellectuals and seminarians have issued a Cooperative Baptist-Secular Humanist Declaration that supports academic freedom and church-state separation. Call for academic settings to be free of intimidation and repression; Determination to reach for common goals.


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