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One electorate under God? : a dialogue on religion and American politics /

E.J. Dionne, Jr., Jean Bethke Elshtain, and Kayla M. Drogosz, editors.

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Names: Dionne, E. J. | Elshtain, Jean Bethke, | Drogosz, Kayla Meltzer.
Published: Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, c2004.
Series: The Pew Forum dialogues on religion and public life.
Topics: Religion and politics - United States.
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245 00|aOne electorate under God? :|ba dialogue on religion and American politics /|cE.J. Dionne, Jr., Jean Bethke Elshtain, and Kayla M. Drogosz, editors.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tHow would God vote?: an introduction /|rE.J. Dionne Jr. and|rKayla M. Drogosz --|gPART I. FAITH AND POLITICS IN PUBLIC OFFICE --|tIn the American Catholic tradition of realism /|rMario Cuomo --|tA conservative Christian's view of public life /|rMark Souder --|tContinuing the conversation --|gPART II. EXPANDING THE DIALOGUE --|tWhat is a Christian to do? /|rDoug Bandow --|tReligion, politics, and the American experience /|rMichael Barone --|tThe conservatory of virtue /|rGary L. Bauer --|tThe religious left, too often left out /|rPaul E. Begala --|tAmerican politics and the dissenting Protestant tradition /|rRobert Bellah --|tHow Niebuhr helps us kick the secularist habit: a six step program /|rDavid Brooks --|tOnce more, the cross and the flag /|rHarvey Cox --|tCommon grace, natural law, and the public arena /|rMichael Cromartie --|tFaithful consensus /|rJohn J. DiIulio Jr. --|tRendering to Caesar and to God /|rTerry Eastland --|tGod talk and the citizen-believer /|rJean Bethke Elshtain --|tThe politics of religion in a sinful world /|rRichard Wightman Fox --|tCuomological fallacies /|rRobert P. George.
505 00|tThe Puritans and American politics /|rAndrew Greeley --|tTwo faces of religious pluralism in American politics /|rJohn C. Green --|tReligion, politics, and a changing America /|rAnna Greenberg --|tProtecting religion from politics /|rSusannah Heschel --|tFaith and politics /|rAmory Houghton Jr. --|tThe fate of the Christian left /|rMichael Kazin --|tThe myth of secularism /|rM.A. Muqtedar Khan --|tThe spiritual dimension of societal life /|rGlen C. Loury --|tGoverning religion /|rMartha Minow --|tParticularist religion in a pluralist political arena /|rStephen V. Monsma --|tVoting not to vote /|rMark A. Noll --|tReligion, faith, and elections /|rDavid Novak --|tReasoning together /|rRamesh Ponnuru --|tFaith in public office /|rDavid E. Price --|tThe personalization of politics /|rJeffrey Rosen --|tThe role of religion in electoral politics /|rCheryl J. Sanders --|tMobilizing political participation /|rJulie A. Segal --|tReligions and the American religion /|rJames W. Skillen --|tReligious liberty and the American founding /|rMatthew Spalding --|tThoughts on religion and politics /|rJeffrey Stout --|tBelief and power /|rRobert Suro --|tDignity in work as an article of faith /|rJohn Sweeney --|tIt's the content that counts /|rW. Douglas Tanner Jr. --|tFaith and the public square /|rJim Towey --|tFaith communities and American democracy /|rMark R. Warren --|tFaith, freedom, and toleration /|rAlan Wolfe.
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