1 edition of Christian faith and democracy found in the catalog.
First printing, December, 1939.Suggested reading: p. 79-80.
|Statement||Distributed by Association Press|
|Publishers||Distributed by Association Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 91 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|2||Hazen books on religion|
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It would be, to say the least, rather shortsighted to conceive equality in a mechanical way, as mass-produced items of the same prototype.
But that analysis overlooks the fact that religion and politics have always been about what we hold most dear and sacred. Christianity is not a nationalist religion. Galetti, Nino 2011, in Grabow, Karsten ed. One of the Dialogues of Plato is entitled precisely Politeia or The Republic.
Kraynak, First Things : a review of Liberty, Wisdom, and Grace: Thomism and Democratic Political Theory, by John P. De Christian faith and democracy is on the Advisory Board of The Catholic Education Resource Center.
Kraynak, December 1987, The American Political Science Review Robert P. The Christian notion of human dignity, for example, is derived from the biblical idea that human beings are made in the image and likeness of God. In 2006, the new DLP experienced a resurgence. Only a moral and God-centered resurgence of man can give fresh thrusts to his progress in temporal realities. Indeed, deep disagreement and animus characterize political matters of sacred value, and pluralization abounds.
Later he changed its name to Russian Communist Party, and after the split of 1903 with Plekhanov, to Bolshevik Party. While "democracy" is a Greek word, "republic" is a Latin word which means "the public thing": res publica.
Such a statesman offers not a sectarian call to a religiously pristine past, but a set of principles by which we can chart our way into a future that will be different but will also preserve the essential virtues of the past and with them the freedom we have inherited.
If Christianity is closely identified with the United States, its reputation will rise or fall with the successes and failures of our government instead of the claims of the Gospel.
I did not know where to begin in my response.
Description Do Christianity and modern liberal democracy share a common moral vision, or are they opposed and even hostile to each other? They intended to institute a secular government but insisted that it required a religious foundation.