Religion as a Public Good: Jews and Other Americans on Religion in the Public Square

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This book explores the often controversial topic of how religion ought to relate to American public life. The sixteen distinguished contributors, both Jewish and Christian, reflect on the topic out of their own disciplines-which include social ethics, political theory, philosophy, law, history, theology, and sociology.

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