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LGBT Equality: Access our extensive library of materials to promote full equality of LGBT persons in all areas of religious and public life.

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Global Issues: We offer many resources to help worship leaders, religious educators, and social action committees draw attention to global maternal health and access to family planning.

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15 Years Means 15% OFF Courses and Publications!

Join us in celebrating 15 years of the Religious Declaration on Sexual Morality, Justice, and Healing. For this week only, in celebration of the Religious Declaration, enjoy a 15% discount off online courses and publications. To enjoy 15% off any of our Religious Institute publication
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15th Anniversary of the Religious Declaration

The Religious Declaration on Sexual Morality, Justice, and Healing is 15 years old. First published as a full page ad surrounded by more than 800 names of leading religious leaders, today more than 4600 religious leaders from every state in the country have endorsed the Religious Decl
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