6 edition of The Christian Right in American Politics found in the catalog.
May 2003 by Georgetown University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||John C. Green (Editor), Mark J. Rozell (Editor), Clyde Wilcox (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
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In American Fascists, Chris Hedges, veteran journalist and author of the National Book Award finalist War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, challenges the Christian Right's religious legitimacy and argues that at its core it is a mass movement fueled by unbridled nationalism and a hatred for the open by: This book is a fairly well-balanced introduction to the Christian Right movement in America.
Critical, but not demonizing the Christian Right, the book shows that there were a number of waves in which the Christian Right has made a comeback in American by: Although figureheads of the religious right remain in the news, their power in Washington may be declining, and the authors consider the fate of the religious right under the Obama administration.
Examining how the religious right both does and does not fit into the proper role of religious groups in American politics, Onward Christian Soldiers Cited by: Christian right political campaigns and pro-family organizations drew on conservative evangelical beliefs about men, women, children, and authority.
These beliefs—known collectively as family values—became the most important religious agenda in late twentieth-century American politics.
The Christian Right in American Politics, under the direction of three of the nation's leading scholars in the field of religion and politics, recognizing the movement as a force still The Christian Right in American Politics book be reckoned with, undertakes the important task The Christian Right in American Politics book making an historical analysis of the Christian Right in.
This book examines the influence and activities of the Christian Right at the state level. One of the first attempts at studying the Christian Right comparatively across states, this book offers a new theoretically-driven perspective on how political context and constraints shape the Christian Right s strategy and influence.
Based on evidence from in-depth case studies of three states. There’s a Christian Left and, perhaps even less well-known, there’s a secular Right. Larry T. Decker is a lobbyist and head of the Secular Coalition for America.
He’s an “unaffiliated Christian,” but his entire job is devoted to keeping religion out of the U.S. government. Party lines are drawn in chalk, and they’re not hard to cross. Read this book on Questia. From the first rumblings of the Moral Majority over twenty years ago, the Christian Right has been marshalling its forces and maneuvering its troops in an effort to re-shape the landscape of American politics.
The book that’s coming out October 1, with Oxford University Press, co-authored with Amanda Hollis-Brusky at Pomona College, is called Separate but Faithful: How the Christian Right is Reshaping Law Through Legal Education. Amanda and I look at why the Christian Right created legal organizations — like the American Center for Law and.
This alliance between the Christian Right and the Republican Party has done nothing less than reshape American politics. Here are a few ways it did. The Christian Right’s Politics of Cruelty. Though a force in American and Texas politics for decades, conservative Christians arguably have never been more powerful than they are now.
Books shelved as christianity-and-politics: God's Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It by Jim Wallis, Letter to a Christian. The term "radical right" was coined by Seymour Martin Lipset and included in a book titled The New American Right, which was published in The contributors to that book identified a conservative "responsible Right" as represented by the Republican administration of Dwight D.
Eisenhower and a radical right that wished to change political. Finally, Piety and Politics, edited by Richard John Neuhaus and Michael Cromartie (), marshals a collection of scholarly articles and book chapters on the long-range background of the Christian Right, pieces by Christian Right spokesmen and evangelical critics of the Christian Right, and critical perspective essays by outsider theologians.
Get this from a library. The politics of moralism: the new Christian Right in American life. [Erling Jorstad] -- "Now, for the first time, a book that looks inside the history, beliefs, activities, and results of such groups as Moral Majority, Christian Voice, Religious Roundtable, and the National Christian.
The Christian right's long political march / John C. Green, Mark J. Rozell, Clyde Wilcox --Advance and retreat in the Palmetto State: assessing the Christian right in South Carolina / C. Danielle Vinson, James L. Guth --Virginia: birthplace of the Christian right / Mark J. Rozell, Clyde Wilcox --Texas: religion and politics in God's country.
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They have money, influence, power - and they turn out to vote. "They" are groups like Focus on the Family, Family Research Council, and Concerned Women for America (all parts of the Christian Right.
But, are they a serious threat to religious liberty, bent on creating a theocratic state, or the last defenders of religion and family values in America). Jeanine Cummins (right), author of "American Dirt," signs a copy of her book for Juliet Dickerson at BookExpo in New York on Loading Janu Author: Stephen Humphries.
One of the most durable myths in recent history is that the religious right, the coalition of conservative evangelicals and fundamentalists, emerged as a.
I spent two years inside the Christian right in writing my book “American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War on America.” shutdown health care law military politics religion senate. Prominent figures on the Christian right in the US ranging from religious magazines to authors to elected politicians have warned that the fight over abortion rights could lead to a new civil war.
A number of Christian Right leaders read what the Christian Reconstructionists were writing, and they adopted the idea of taking dominion over the secular institutions of the United States as the "central unifying ideology" of their social movement.
They decided to gain political power through the. The Religious Right in American Politics, 3rd ed., Dilemmas in American Politics (Boulder, CO: Westview, ); and William Clyde Wilcox, God’s Warriors: The Christian Right in Twentieth-Century America (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, ).Author: Michael J.
McVicar. In Christian: The Politics of a Word in America, historian Matthew Bowman looks to tease out how religious groups in American history have defined, used, and even wielded the word Christian as a Author: Micah Watson.
In a New York Times op-ed published before the election, Jones uses insights from The End of White Christian America to illuminate questions about the role of evangelicals during the presidential race and their unprecedented support for Republican nominee, Donald Trump: “The anger, anxiety and insecurity many contemporary white evangelicals feel are better understood as a response to an.
The plot against America: Inside the Christian right plan to "remodel" the nation Religious right's blueprint for theocratic state laws keeps creeping forward. Is the left ready to fight?Author: Paul Rosenberg. Falwell had founded just such an institution, Lynchburg Christian School, and believing in his God-given American right to exclude African Americans, he.
Religion, Politics, and the Christian Right: Post Powers and American Empire by Mark Lewis Taylor (Author) Princeton theologian Mark Taylor analyzes right-wing Christian movements in the United States amid the powers of religion, politics, empire, and corporate classes in post-9/11 USA.
I used to view the American Tea Party Movement as the flexed bicep of the Christian Right. A flag at a Tea Party Express rally in Paducah, Kentucky. (Gage. In his book Twilight of the Elites, the MSNBC host Chris Hayes divides American politics between “institutionalists,” who believe in preserving and adapting the political and economic system Author: Peter Beinart.
Donald Trump is not a Christian, but he understands what white Protestants long for, says historian Matthew Bowman in the new book "Christian: The Politics of a Word in America.". Politics is concerned with citizenship and the administration of justice--how communities are formed and governed.
The role of Christians in the political process is hotly contested, but as citizens, Francis Beckwith argues, Christians have a rich heritage of sophisticated thought, as well as a genuine responsibility, to contribute to the shaping of public policy.
"Kosek's collection breaks new ground in tying U.S. spiritual diversity to the swirl of American politics. From the 17th century to the 21st, the book captures the quest to infuse public life with religious energy while shielding it from religious control.
American Grace, by Robert Putnam and David Campbell, for example, argued that declining levels of religious affiliation can be partly attributed to the Christian Right.
A subsequent study by Hout. Book Review: 'Shadow Network' Offers A Lesson On The American Right's Mastery Of Politics Anne Nelson links "the manpower and media of the Christian right," "finances of Western plutocrats," and. Sociologist Andrew Whitehead: How Christian nationalism drives American politics Author of "Taking America Back for God" on why Christian nationalism isn't really about religion, or Author: Paul Rosenberg.
The idea that a common Judeo-Christian ethics or Judeo-Christian values underpins American politics, law and morals has been part of the "American civil religion" since the recent years, the phrase has been associated with American conservatism, but the concept—though not always the exact phrase—has frequently featured in the rhetoric of leaders across the political spectrum.
It had been around a long time before the Radical Right discovered it—and its targets have ranged from “the international bankers” to Masons, Jesuits, and munitions makers. American politics has often been an arena for angry minds.
In recent years we have seen angry minds at work mainly among extreme right-wingers, who have now demonstrated [ ]. 8 THE CHRISTIAN AND POLITICS thority, theliberalappeals to the statefor the author itative ruling. Since the liberal denies that Jesus Christ is the incarnation ofGod, he finds a new god to worship.
That god is man. Man in his -mostpowerful form on earth is the state. So collective man, the state, becomes his god. Theological liberalism has been. After a decade of political activism, Christian Right leaders Dr. James Dobson and Gary Bauer wrote Children at Risk: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Our Kids ().
The book provides a good overview of the main concerns of the Christian Right at that time. Dobson founded Focus on the Family and was serving as its president at the : Napp Nazworth.Abstract. Christian Right activists have formed a social movement that is active around the country and at all to understand how and why the movement has concentrated on state-level politics and to understand its success—or lack thereof—we must observe the Author: Kimberly H.
Conger. Religion and Right-Wing Politics: How Evangelicals Reshaped Elections In the early s, many evangelical Christians weren’t active in politics. .