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A Judeo-Islamic Nation: The Evolution of America's Political Theology

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What religion do American "Christians" really believe in? Since the 4th century AD, true-to-the-Gospel Christianity has been a scarce commodity. Believers have always desired a religion more practical than the one in the Book - so much so that among politically active believers, Christianity long ago morphed into a religion more in line with the basic themes of Judaism and ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 2nd 2011 by Mill City Press, Inc. (first published July 30th 2011)
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Denise
I'm surprised that this book is not more widely read and reviewed. It seems like a book that could give plenty to chew on for both theists and non-theists. Recently one of the members of the Supreme Court mentioned that establishing a state religion may be constitutional. One of the interesting things this book brings up is that in every first world country where there is an established religion, theists are in the minority or generally feel very liberal toward religion. Though I would cringe if ...more
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