A Secular Faith

A Secular Faith

Why Christianity Favors the Separation of Church and State

Book - 2006
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Darryl Hart contends that appeals to Christianity for social and political well-being fundamentally misconstrue the meaning of the Christian religion. His book weaves together historical narratives of American Protestantism's influence on the nation's politics, and commentary on recent writing about religion and public life, with expositions of Christian teaching. The tapestry that emerges is a compelling faith-based argument for keeping Christianity out of politics. A Secular Faith is sure to provoke a firestorm of debate among evangelicals and those who oppose their political activities.
Publisher: Chicago : I.R. Dee, 2006.
ISBN: 9781566635769
Characteristics: xiv, 273 p. ; 23 cm.


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Feb 15, 2016

“4 Ways Christianity Sneaks Into Our Secular Government -- And Why it Matters – What often gets called "ceremonial deism" is all over our government.”
by Greta Christina, posted September 2012, to the Belief section of AlterNet


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