One Electorate under God? A Dialogue on Religion and American Politics

ISBN-10: 0815716435

ISBN-13: 9780815716433

Edition: 2004

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List price: $22.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
Publication date: 6/14/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Andrew M. Greeley describes himself, first and foremost, as a Roman Catholic priest. He is also, however, a sociologist, an author of more than 100 non-fiction works of theology, sociology, prayer, and poetry, a professor of sociology, a newspaper columnist, and a successful novelist, writing in several genres, including mystery and science fiction. His fiction, which often tells stories of crime and scandal in the Roman Catholic church, can be violent and lurid and is considered controversial by many Church leaders. Greeley has written on such issues as homosexuality in the clergy, pedophilia, and papal politics, and has penned a series of mystery novels starring Father Blackie Ryan. Greeley was born in 1928 and is a native of Chicago, where he is a research associate at the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago. He has made a great contribution to the Chicago area by establishing a $1 million Catholic Inner-City School Fund to provide scholarships and funding to parochial schools in the Archdiocese of Chicago that have a high minority enrollment.

Foreword
Acknowledgments
How Would God Vote? an Introduction
Faith and Politics in Public Office
In the American Catholic Tradition of Realism
A Conservative Christian's View on Public Life
Continuing the Conversation
Expanding the Dialogue
What Is a Christian to Do?
Religion, Politics, and the American Experience
The Conservatory of Virtue
The Religious Left, Too Often Left Out
American Politics and the Dissenting Protestant Tradition
How Niebuhr Helps Us Kick the Secularist Habit: A Six-Step Program
Once More, the Cross and the Flag
Common Grace, Natural Law, and the Public Arena
Faithful Consensus
Rendering to Caesar and to God
God Talk and the Citizen-Believer
The Politics of Religion in a Sinful World
Cuomological Fallacies
The Puritans and American Politics
Two Faces of Religious Pluralism in American Politics
Religion, Politics, and a Changing America
Protecting Religion from Politics
Faith and Politics
The Fate of the Christian Left
The Myth of Secularism
The Spiritual Dimension of Societal Life
Governing Religion
Particularist Religion in a Pluralist Political Arena
Voting Not to Vote
Religion, Faith, and Elections
Reasoning Together
Faith in Public Office
The Personalization of Politics
The Role of Religion in Electoral Politics
Mobilizing Political Participation
Religions and the American Religion
Religious Liberty and the American Founding
Thoughts on Religion and Politics
Belief and Power
Dignity in Work as an Article of Faith
It's the Content That Counts
Faith and the Public Square
Faith Communities and American Democracy
Faith, Freedom, and Toleration
Contributors
Index
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