8 edition of The naked public square found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Richard John Neuhaus.|
|LC Classifications||BL2525 .N48 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 280 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||84006017|
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The Naked Public Square challenges us to consider afresh the relationship of religion and public life. This book is elegant in execution and sweeping in scope." The New York Times Book Cited by: "The naked public square"--which results from the exclusion of popular Underlying the many crises in American life, writes Richard John Neuhaus, is a crisis of faith.
It is not enough that more people should believe or that those who believe should believe more strongly/5. The Naked Public Square is a book written by then-Lutheran pastor Richard John Neuhaus about the relationship between religion, culture, and politics in the context of s American secularism.
The book raises the complaint about the way strict separationists read the First Amendment is that it leaves the public square "naked", by which it is meant that the public square. The author's "central metaphor, the naked public square, refers to thepublic forum in American life, which is perceived as naked or empty because religion and religious values have been systematically excluded from consideration in the determination of public /5(5).
The Naked Public Square does not offer yet another partisan program for political of social change. Rather, it offers a deeply disturbing, but finally hopeful, examination of Abraham Lincoln's 5/5(4).
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