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Topic - Michael Youssef
There's so much turmoil over the issue that Michael Youssef, pastor and founder of the Evangelical-Anglican Church of the Apostles in Atlanta, has written "When the Crosses are Gone," a book that tracks the growing trend, to be published later this month.
Mr. Youssef adds, "Politicians need to remind Americans that faith was a founding cornerstone of our country, and it should not be cast aside simply because of a growing social movement toward secularization."