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This is an excellent book, in that Gary North examines important issues related to the U.S. Constitution and the supposed "separation of church and state". He concludes that there is some constitutional support for a separation, but that this comes not from the First Amendment, which is merely a smoke screen for the true source - the provision against a religious test oath for those in the federal government. Many of the states had such oaths, which eventually were done away with. North's conclusions are disturbing to conservative Christians, but perhaps paint things worse than they are considering that Christians have never had a perfect government to live under, anyway. I'd give the book 5 stars, enthusiastically, except for the overly pessimistic tone and for its getting into a rather lengthy historiographical detour along the way.
Review: Political Polytheism: The Myth Of PluralismUser Review - Goodreads
A must-read for any Christian who wants to reform politics.
God and Politics: Four Views on the Reformation of Civil Government ...
Gary Scott Smith
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With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America
Limited preview - 2005
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