1. Why does Audi
think that there is a moral imperative to keep religion and the state separate?
2. Later in the book
(not in the pdf assigned) Audi argues that we should not use religious
arguments to support legislation (in other words, we shouldn’t argue that God
wants certain laws to be enacted in the U.S., for example). How
does Wolterstorff respond to Audi? Why does Wolterstorff think that it is
unfair to ask religious citizens to practice “restraint” and not use
religious reasons in public debate?
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