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Civil Religion and American Christianity

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Authors Liam J. Atchison, Keith Bates, and Darin D. Lenz

ISBN 9781734585957

Pages 319

Building upon the work that Robert D. Linder and Richard V. Pierard started in Civil Religion and the Presidency, this book begins with examinations of how Lyndon Johnson, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton employed civil religion during their presidencies. Convinced that the influence of civil religion expands beyond the White House, the contributing scholars of this volume also explore the broader effects of civil religion upon Christian denominations and American social development.

This thought-provoking work analyzes the effects of American civil religion upon American politics and Christian denominations. Focusing upon particular presidencies and specific denominations, these essays examine how civil religion has helped to define religio-political discourse, revise the way certain Christians - most notably, Baptists, Mennonites, and Pentecostals - related to American life, and frame elements of debates about controversial issues such as gender , nationalism, and civic duty.

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