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by Allen D. Hertzke,Kevin R. Den Dulk,Robert Booth Fowler
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  • Author:
    Allen D. Hertzke,Kevin R. Den Dulk,Robert Booth Fowler
  • ISBN:
    0813342295
  • ISBN13:
    978-0813342290
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    Westview Press; 3 edition (August 6, 2004)
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    352 pages
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This outstanding book is must reading for anyone interested in religion and politics in the United States. Kevin R. den Dulk is the Paul B. Henry Chair in Political Science and Director of the Henry Institute at Calvin College

This outstanding book is must reading for anyone interested in religion and politics in the United States. James M. Penning, Calvin College. Henry Chair in Political Science and Director of the Henry Institute at Calvin College. He is the coauthor of The Disappearing God Gap? Religion in the 2008 Election and Pews, Prayers, and Participation: Religion and Civic Responsibility. Robert Booth Fowler is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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by Allen D. Hertzke,Laura R. Olson,Kevin R. den Dulk,Robert Booth Fowler.

Religion and politics are never far from the headlines, but their relationship remains complex and often confusing. by Allen D. Rate it . You Rated it .

By Robert Booth Fowler, Allen D. Hertzke, Laura R. Olson and Kevin R. Religion and Politics in America: Faith, Culture, and Strategic Choices. By Robert Booth Fowler, Allen D.

Robert Booth Fowler is professor emeritus of political science at the .

Robert Booth Fowler is professor emeritus of political science at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He is the author of several books on religion and politics, most recently Freeing God's Children: The Unlikely Alliance for Global Human Rights. Laura R. Olson is professor of political science at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. den Dulk is associate professor of political science and Honors Faculty Fellow at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan.

Religion and politics in America: Faith, culture, and strategic choices. The disappearing God gap?: religion in the 2008 presidential election. C Smidt, K den Dulk, B Froehle, J Penning, S Monsma, D Koopman. Oxford University Press, 2010. Christian conservatives go to court: Religion and legal mobilization in the United States and Canada. DR Hoover, KR Den Dulk. Religion, volunteering, and educational setting: The effect of youth schooling type on civic engagement

Allen D. Hertzke is David Ross Boyd Professor of Political Science at the University of Oklahoma. I and II. Olson.

Allen D. is the Paul B. He is the coauthor of The Disappearing God Gap?

Fowler and Hertzke provide a lively and straightforward treatment of the politics of religion in American public life . Everywhere one looks religion and politics are engaged in American public life

Fowler and Hertzke provide a lively and straightforward treatment of the politics of religion in American public life today. They provide the historical and sociological context, as well as the range of strategic choices open to different religious actors, to enable the reader to reach informed and balanced judgments about the role of religion in politics. Everywhere one looks religion and politics are engaged in American public life.

Hertzke, Allen . Olson, Laura . Den Dulk, Kevin . Fowler, Robert Booth (August 6, 2018). "Senator Richard 'Dick' J. Durbin's Biography".

Religion and politics are never far from the headlines, but their relationship remains complex and often . Other Authors: Fowler, Robert Booth, 1940-, Olson, Laura . 1967-, Hertzke, Allen . 1950-, Dulk, Kevin R. Den. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Format: Book.

Religion and politics are never far from the headlines, but their relationship remains complex and often confusing. In this significantly revised third edition of Religion and Politics in America, the authors offer an accessible and balanced treatment of religion in American politics. They explore the historical, cultural, and legal contexts that underlie religious engagement while also highlighting the pragmatic and strategic political realities that religious organizations and people face. Incorporating the best and most up-to-date scholarship, the authors assess the politics of Roman Catholics; evangelical, mainline, and African American Protestants; Jews; Muslims and other conventional and not-so-conventional American religious movements. The work examines important subjects concerning religion and its relationship to gender, race, and class. The treatment of recent voting behavior provides an in-depth understanding for students of how religion and politics relate in practice. These core topics, along with specific contemporary case studies, useful focus-study boxes, and new emphases on Islam, Latinos, international affairs, and popular culture, further enhance this third edition for courses in political science, religion, and sociology departments.

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Faebei
I am writing my senior thesis for an undergrad. political science degree and found this book extremely helpful. It is essentially an anthology providing a chapter by chapter summary on how different religious traditions vote. I was specifically interested in the section regarding Catholic voters, and in that section the book did three very useful things. It first gave the context through history in regards to the Catholic Church. It then outlined the philosophy within that historical context in the United States. It then provided very thorough graphs and charts outlining how Catholics have voted in crucial elections throughout American history. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a broad overview of how different religious traditions vote in the United States. It did not provide me with specific concentrated information, but it did help in guiding my further research.
Usishele
Great Book
Darkshaper
This is an excellent introduction to an understanding of the work on religion and American politics. Aside from the thorough coverage of the material, the authors have an extensive set of suggested readings with each chapter. I have found these extremely useful in furthering my understanding of the subject.