Born out of a speech celebrating the 1,700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan, in which emperors Constantine I and Licinius granted Christians legal rights, this book by Cardinal Angelo Scola gives attention to the crisis of religious freedom in the twenty-first century. Let's Not Forget God outlines how Christianity has been at the center of creating a pluralistic society, from the Roman Empire in 313 to the American Revolution in 1776. This bold vision of freedom brings religion into the realm of public debate without allowing the state to banish or control it. "The question of religious freedom,closely connected to that of freedom of conscience," writes Cardinal Scola, "is revealing itself today to be crucial not only to the development of Western societies but also to the peaceful evolution of their relationships with Asia, Africa, and Latin America." Let's Not Forget God is both a portrait of the history of religious freedom and a testament to its potential for spreading peace. From the Hardcover edition.
Let's not forget God
freedom of faith, culture, and politics
New York :, Image,, 
124 pages ;,20 cm
Translation of: Non dimentichiamoci di Dio.
An opportunity for reflection
The long travail of religious freedom: historical notes
Thought and practice
Knots to untie
For a shared journey in pluralistic society
The public engagement of Catholics.
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Statement of Responsibility:
Cardinal Angelo Scola ; translated by Matthew Sherry ; foreword by John L. Allen, Jr
Includes bibliographical references (pages 105-124).
Freedom of religion History.
Freedom of religion