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Reaching the Left from the Right: Talking…

Reaching the Left from the Right: Talking About Social Issues with People…

by Barbara Curtis

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Feminism. Abortion. Homosexuality. Euthanasia. Is there a way to bridge the gap between the polarized platforms on either side of the most volatile issues of our times? In Reaching the Left from the Right, author Barbara Curtis, a former hippie, anti-war activist, and pro-choice advocate, shares her amazing story of transformation from a life without Christ to a freedom in Him that she never knew existed. With wisdom and insight, she encourages Christians to look beyond the politics that divide us to find the common ground that unites us. She offers practical suggestions for learning to talk with people who think differently about today’s social issues and shows us that regardless of where a person stands politically, God loves and cares about all people and He is the only One who can help us bridge the gap in our divided world.

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