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How does religion influence politics?

Author: Stefan Kiesbye
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, ©2010.
Series: At issue., Religion.
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Presents articles discussing issues regarding the connection between religion and American politics, including the separation of church and state, the political allegiances of pastors, and religion's role in foreign policy.
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How does religion influence politics?
Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2010
(OCoLC)761037951
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Kiesbye
ISBN: 9780737746754 0737746750 9780737746761 0737746769
OCLC Number: 441154057
Description: 114 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Religion cannot be separated from politics / Richard John Neuhaus --
Religion and politics are not separate in America / Paul Jenkins --
Religion has become a liability in politics / Johnny No One --
The role of religion in politics has grown / Kevin Coe and David Domke --
Black evangelicals have become a social and political force / Krissah Williams --
Christian fundamentalists threaten American freedom / Rob Boston --
Pastors should be allowed to endorse candidates in sermons / Erik Stanley --
Pastors should not be allowed to endorse candidates in sermons / Barry W. Lynn --
Religion's role in gay marriage violates separation of church and state / Geoffrey Stone --
Religion is influencing global politics / Timothy Samuel Shah and Monica Duffy Toft --
Religion could bring about peace and justice / Joan Bakewell --
Christian fundamentalists influence U.S. policies in the Middle East / Stephen Zunes --
Christian fundamentalists influence America's anti-Muslim foreign policy / Yoginder Sikand.
Series Title: At issue., Religion.
Responsibility: Stefan Kiesbye, book editor.

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Presents articles discussing issues regarding the connection between religion and American politics, including the separation of church and state, the political allegiances of pastors, and religion's role in foreign policy.

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