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Topic - Judeo-Christian
Judeo-Christian (in British English, Judaeo-Christian) is used by some to refer to a set of beliefs and ethics held in common by Judaism and Christianity.--consider it a "contradiction in terms" that "appeals to a nonexistent historical unity and calls for a banal, modernist theology." It is nevertheless a common term in American cultural and political rhetoric. One definition appeared in a Washington Post editorial in 1991: - Source: Wikipedia
Some supporters of traditional marriage may be encouraged by the Supreme Court's decision to keep parts of the Defense of Marriage Act intact and to refuse to declare a constitutional right to same-sex marriage.
In a world in which sectarian divisions fuel some of the most violent confrontations, the interfaith movement has emerged as a force in American religion like never before.