Faith and Politics John C. Danforth

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Faith and Politics  by  John C. Danforth

Faith and Politics by John C. Danforth
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John Danforth, an ordained Episcopal priest and former U.S. Senator, offers a unique vantage point for examining one of the most conflict-ridden issues in America: the intersection of religion and politics. FAITH AND POLITICS explores the wideningMoreJohn Danforth, an ordained Episcopal priest and former U.S. Senator, offers a unique vantage point for examining one of the most conflict-ridden issues in America: the intersection of religion and politics.

FAITH AND POLITICS explores the widening rift between left and right, conservative and liberal, believer and nonbeliever. Danforth takes on many of the hot-button issues that are polarizing: stem-cell research, Terri Schiavo, gay marriage, and others. He looks hard at the issues--some of which have touched him personally--and addresses how we can approach them with less rancor. Arguing that the Republican Party has lost track of its core principles and that the Christian right-wing has lost track of the Christian message, Danforths book is a much-needed clarion call to Americans for improving our lives as people of faith and as civilians.

The paperback edition will have a new Introduction from the author, reflecting on recent developments.



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