"A Secular Faith: Why Christianity Favors the Separation of Church and State" by D.G. Hart

Wednesday, 02 May 2007

Evangelical involvement in politics has perhaps never been more intense. The Bush administration speaks of integrating faith and politics and has an office of faith-based initiatives. The national media cover the scandals of evangelical leaders because those evangelicals have political clout. Indeed, most Christians on the right and left seem to agree that there is such a thing as distinctly Christian politics. Into this super-heated environment comes a book by Darryl Hart challenging the assumptions that fuel the social programs of both conservative and liberal Christians. Hart's argument with both groups is that "Christianity in ...

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