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[...] the world that God works to maintain is composed of things that are endowed with a stable nature and which spontaneously act in accordance with it Brague's is a suggestive way of thinking about the difference between a religion of submission (the meaning of the word Islam) and a religion of freedom, the latter being rightly ordered according to the nature of God's creation. * That U.S. Religious Landscape Survey issued by the Pew Research Center last February continues to be sliced and diced by various analysts, including Robert Benne, who writes in The Cresset, a magazine published by Valparaiso University. U.K. adoptions, Family Research Council, June 10; Rmi Brague in American Spectator, May 2008; Benne in The Cresset, Trinity 2008; De Souza in National Post, May 22; Naumann and Wuerl in origins, May 22; Tiger in Wall Street Journal, May 21 ; Nina Shea in Weekly Standard, May 26; Halkin in New York Sun, May 20; Ferguson on Horwitz in New York Review of Books, May 4; Byassee on Wright in Christianity Today, May 7; Greeley in America, August 20, 2007; Updike quoted in Context, May 2008.
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