Traditional Values Coalition

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Reverend Louis Sheldon

The Traditional Values Coalition (TVC) is a United States conservative lobby organization that represents more than 43,000 churches and those who wish to preserve America's Judeo-Christian heritage.[1] Reverend Louis Sheldon is a Chairman of the Traditional Values Coalition.

The issues that the Traditional Values Coalition concerns itself with include: religious liberty, marriage, the right to life, the homosexual agenda, pornography, family tax relief, and education.[2]

Question evolution campaign

See also: Question evolution! campaign

The Question evolution campaign is "A grass-roots movement to challenge the anti-Christian dogma of evolution".[3]

In May of 2011, Creation Ministries International and the Traditional Values Coalition decided to jointly initiate a question evolution campaign which encourages to students and others to "question the evolutionary pseudoscience peddled to them" and to wear anti-evolution clothing and pass out question evolution tracts within their schools and community. The Traditional Values Coalition is a church lobbying organization that lobbies for over 43,000 American churches. The campaign features tracts, t-shirts, badges, mugs, etc. and students are being encouraged to participate in the campaign.[4]

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