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The Culture Of Disbelief hasbeen the subject of an enormous amount of mediaattention from the first moment it was published.Hugely successful in hardcover, the Anchor paperbackis sure to find a large audience as theever-increasing, enduring debate about the relationship ofchurch and state in America continues. In TheCulture Of Disbelief, Stephen...
The Culture Of Disbelief hasbeen the subject of an enormous amount of mediaattention from the first moment it was published.Hugely successful in hardcover, the Anchor paperbackis sure to find a large audience as theever-increasing, enduring debate about the relationship ofchurch and state in America continues. In TheCulture Of Disbelief, Stephen Carterexplains how we can preserve the vital separation ofchurch and state while embracing rather thantrivializing the faith of millions of citizens ortreating religious believers with disdain. What makesCarter's work so intriguing is that he uses liberalmeans to arrive at what are often consideredconservative ends. Explaining how preserving a specialrole for religious communities can strengthen ourdemocracy, The Culture Of Disbeliefrecovers the long tradition of liberal religiouswitness (for example, the antislavery,antisegregation, and Vietnam-era antiwar movements). Carterargues that the problem with the 1992 Republicanconvention was not the fact ofopen religious advocacy, but the politicalpositions being advocated.
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