6 edition of Christian clergy in American politics found in the catalog.
Christian clergy in American politics
Includes bibliographical references (p. -273) and index.
|Statement||edited by Sue E.S. Crawford and Laura R. Olson.|
|Contributions||Crawford, Sue E. S., 1967-, Olson, Laura R., 1967-|
|LC Classifications||BV4327 .C48 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 287 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||00054603|
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"This rich and diverse set of case studies clearly achieves the authors' goal of analyzing the political choices made by clergy and understanding the consequences of these choices. Christian Clergy in American Politics moves the field of clergy and politics forward in new and fruitful : Laura R.
Olson. Christian Clergy in American Politics edited by Sue E. Crawford and Laura R. Olson In recent decades, Christian clergy have ever more frequently had to decide whether to become involved in politics. When they do become involved, their influence can be substantial. summary In recent decades, Christian clergy have Christian clergy in American politics book more frequently had to decide whether to become involved in politics.
When they do become involved, their influence can be substantial. In this book Sue E. Crawford, Laura R. Olson, and their coauthors explore the political choices clergy make and the consequences of these by: The Prophetic Pulpit focuses on clergy politics, but also illumines the broader issues of religion and American politics.
(Daniel J. Hofrenning, St. Olaf College) This is an outstanding book, full of important and path-breaking findings about the full range of factors that drive clergy's decisions about taking political by: Get this from a library.
Christian clergy in American politics. [Sue E S Crawford; Laura R Olson;] -- "In this book Sue E.S. Crawford, Laura R. Olson, and their coauthors explore the political choices clergy make and the consequences of these choices.
Drawing on personal interviews and statistical. With alternating chapters on Protestant and Catholic clergy, the book permits sustained comparisons between the two dominant Christian traditions in American history.
At the same time, God's Ambassadors depicts a vocation that has remained deeply ambivalent regarding the professional status marking the other traditional learned callings in the American by: Request PDF | Christian Clergy in American Politics | Contents: List of Tables Preface PART I: INTRODUCTION 1 Clergy in Politics: Political Choices and Consequences Laura R.
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The Sin of White Supremacy: Christianity, Racism, and Religious Diversity in America/5(5). Laura R. Olson, author of Filled with Spirit and Power: Protestant Clergy in Politics "The Christian Right in American Politics continues to prove that Green, Rozell, and Wilcox are among the leading scholars of religion and politics in the U.S.
today. They and their contributors have given an historical overview of the Christian Right in politics across the country, pointing out the context of its. An update on major political events, candidates, and parties twice a week.
Latest book reviews, author interviews, and reading trends. A History of the Christian Clergy in America.” One. Laura R. Olson is an assistant professor of political science at Clemson University. She is author or coauthor of Filled with the Spirit and Power: Protestant Clergy in Politics, The Religious Dimension of Political Behavior, and Religion and Politics in America.
"This rich and diverse set of case studies clearly achieves the authors' goal of analyzing the political choices made by clergy and understanding the consequences of these choices.
Christian Clergy in American Politics moves the field of clergy and politics forward in new and fruitful directions. 11 best political books of all time No one knows political books better than the staff at Politics & Prose. Opened inthe Washington, D.C., bookstore is considered a “sacred space” by Author: Monitor Staff.
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Shiflett's book is definitely thought provoking. The persons he interviews on multiple sides of the religious divide are intelligent and articulate.
The book is also worth reading because he provides a snapshot of different varieties of American religious life, including the relatively obscure Orthodox Church/5(29).
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