A nation under God: essays on the future of religion in American public life
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2000 - Political Science - 252 pages
A Nation under God? is a collection of original essays by political and legal theorists on the future of religion as an active influence in American public life. This book displays a distinctive set of arguments on topics that range from the ethics of religious witness in public life to the future of civil religion in America.
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