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How Can We Find Common Ground When We Disagree?

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Unlikely Allies

We’ve been drawing religious lines in the sand for hundreds of years, using varying standards to determine who’s “in” and who’s “out.” How can Christians work for peace within culture if we can’t get it right amongst ourselves? Ted Trimpa, gay rights activist, and Jim Daly,

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Groundbreaking Research Announced

New Study Reveals American Views on Tone, Tolerance, Faith and Freedom in the Public Square 95 percent of Americans agree, “people on opposite sides of an issue demonize each other so severely that finding common ground seems impossible.” DENVER, COLO. – APRIL 21, 2016 – Amidst one of the most polarizing political seasons in history,

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Red States, Blue Cities

As the electorate in America evolves and red states and blue states compete for control, one critical observation remains: cities overwhelmingly vote Democratic while rural, less populous counties vote Republican. The gap between urban and rural sensibilities is widening, leaving many questioning how unified can America really be? In an

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