"Christian Faith and Modern Democracy: God and Politics in the Fallen World" by Robert Kraynak

Tuesday, 15 May 2007

In this provocative and engaging work, based on his lectures at Loyola of Chicago, Robert Kraynak challenges the "end of history" thesis famously articulated by Francis Fukuyama-that is, the idea that liberal democracy in the West finally and permanently resolves the thorny and ancient question, Who should rule? Arguing from within the Augustinian framework of "limited government under God," Kraynak responds, Not so fast. In doing so, he challenges Christians in particular to examine deep-seated presuppositions about the nature of politics and life in the "city of man." Both Protestant and ...

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