Civil Religion and Morals on the Civil Rights Movement
Our history and public theology are deeply intertwined, so much so that nearly every
social movement in our history, both good and bad, has involved some form of public theology.
What is Religion and How Should We Study It?
Religion is a complex topic which involves so many perspectives and applications that it
is difficult to describe in a way that clearly encompasses all of the religious practices currently in
Religion in American Public Life
The role that religion plays in American public life today is one that is very involved
while still trying to be secular. Despite efforts to maintain a secular state, America is still
perforated with religious in
Religion and Social Movements in America
America is a nation whose very foundation and beginnings are deeply rooted in religion.
The religion in this instance is not necessarily any specific religion, but religion as an idea and in
Hosanna-Tabor and Religion
When the revolutionary thinkers, like Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, drafted our
Constitution, they meant to separate church and state. This means that the government has no
role in setting or enforcing the