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The new evangelicals : expanding the vision of the common good

Author: Marcia Pally
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. ; Cambridge : William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., ©2011.
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Marcia Pally reveals the "new evangelicals"--A growing movement that espouses antimilitaristic, anticonsumerist, and liberal democratic ideals and promotes poverty relief, immigration reform, and environmental stewardship. Combining analysis with numerous interviews, Pally creates a snapshot of a significant trend that is likely to impact American politics for years to come.--from publisher description.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcia Pally
ISBN: 9780802866400 0802866409
OCLC Number: 719426783
Description: xix, 268 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Church and State : what are the questions? What's at stake? Benighted, befuddled, fundamentalist, and fascist? : an introduction to the book ; Freedom of conscience and separating church from state : a short history ; The evangelical turn to conservatism : reuniting church and state? ; Church-state blurrings ; The Möbius strip : ironies of state neutrality toward religion --
Robust religion within liberal democracy : America's "new evangelicals". The "new evangelical" landscape : an overview ; "New evangelicals" : underlying beliefs ; "New evangelicalism" in practice : political and economic activism ; "New evangelicalism in practice" : the environment, abortion, gay unions --
Concluding remarks : against sectarian and secular fundamentalism.
Responsibility: Marcia Pally.

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Marcia Pally reveals the "new evangelicals"--A growing movement that espouses antimilitaristic, anticonsumerist, and liberal democratic ideals and promotes poverty relief, immigration reform, and environmental stewardship. Combining analysis with numerous interviews, Pally creates a snapshot of a significant trend that is likely to impact American politics for years to come.--from publisher description.

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