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The Public Square
60 Minute Program
Hosts: David Zanotti and Wayne Shepherd
Producer: Alan C. Duncan

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This week on The Public Square Long Format Program:

Are the words "separation of church and state" in the U.S. Constitution or Declaration of Independence? Where did this phrase come from and what was its original meaning? This week on The Public Square® the team is continuing the radio series on a special project from the Roundtable called The American Mission®. This curriculum series presents how any thinking citizen can become an effective agent for real change in American culture. Tune in today for a sneak peek of Week 5 of The American Mission® which continues a conversation on the history, context, and idea behind the phrase "separation of church and state." Join the radio classroom right here on The Public Square®. (For Part I of this conversation - listen here).

Topic: The American Mission®

Direct download: Feb0913.mp3
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