Tim Keller, Al Mohler, and Ravi Zacharias Agree: Life, Marriage, and Liberty Are Important

The Manhattan Declaration was, as of last night, the 29th most searched term on Google.  It was a “spicy” search term.  So there you go.

Justin Taylor blogged it yesterday.  In less than 24 hours, the site has drawn over 7000 signatures.    The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Christian Post, First Things, and other organizations have covered it already.

If you have not signed up, consider joining Tim Keller, Al Mohler, Ravi Zacharias and many others.  Make a statement to the broader culture about life, marriage, and liberty.  Our voices matter.

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One response to “Tim Keller, Al Mohler, and Ravi Zacharias Agree: Life, Marriage, and Liberty Are Important

  1. Owen, I appreciate you pointing out the Manhatten Declaration. My only caution is, it is a serious document as I’m sure you know, but I’d like to see emphasized more.
    Today a popular term is “Slactivism”. Meaning get people to sign up for a cause, put their name to a petition or retweet a line – they feel good, awareness is raised and it COSTS NOTHING.
    To the contrary the Manhatten Declaration is written in such a way that only people who are willing to count the cost should sign.
    I haven’t signed yet. I’ve printed it out. It’s six densely typed pages. I need to read it carefully before I sign. I respect Timothy George and others who’ve signed so I’m anxious to read it and hopefully sign.
    But signing to a willingness to participate in Civil Disobedience is NO small matter.
    I hope many will read the Manhatten Declaration carefully and if they agree and are ready to “count the cost” sign. Thanks for pointing it out!

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