11 edition of The Religious Right, 2nd Ed. found in the catalog.
August 1, 2001
by ABC-Clio Inc
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||382|
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The Religious Right (or sometimes called the Christian Right) is a phrase sometimes used to describe Christian political groups or activists that take socially conservative positions on . The Real Story of the Religious Right — A Movement Born to Defend Racial Segregation personhood should be morally and legally granted to fetuses at the end of the second trimester.
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"Religious Right: The Greatest Threat to Democracy" is an excellent expose of the Religious Right's agenda to replace Democracy for Theocracy.
This is a very ambitious book that delves into the multi-pronged agenda of the Religious Right; it meticulously covers their tactics, the main players behind this ominous movement and provides readers with tools on how to protect our democracy/5(76).
The Right to Religious Liberty, Second Edition: The Basic ACLU Guide to Religious Rights (ACLU Handbook) 2nd EditionFormat: Paperback. This book is a timely expose on the Religious Right that gives insight into the network's blueprint for America.
From Christian Reconstructionists, Dominionists, Quiverfull, Seven Mountains Mandate, the attacks on public schools, to birth control becoming a hot button issue, find out the leaders of the 2nd Ed. book and their tactics/5. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chronology --Biographical sketches --Survey data and quotations --Selected print resources --Selected nonprint Title. The first comprehensive treatment of right-wing Christian media as a cultural the religious right has increased in both power and visibility, there has been a commensurate growth in the prominence of Christian media.
This important and timely collection is the first to provide a broad overview of the organizations, history, and media influences of the Christian right.5/5(1). Review of Blueprint for Theocracy: The Christian Right's Vision for America by James C. Sanford, Metacomet Books.
pp. In Blueprint For Theocracy: The Christian Right’s Vision for America, Harvard-educated historian James C. Sanford sets an ambitious goal: to trace the Religious Right’s ideology back to its earliest theological purpose, Sanford writes in the introduction, is.
The religious right is waning, and fewer and fewer young people belong to any religion at all. The vast majority of my parent’s generation, the so-called Silent Generation, identified as.
Weyrich, Falwell and leaders of the emerging religious right enlisted an unlikely ally in their quest to advance abortion as a political issue: Francis A. Schaeffer—a goateed, knickers-wearing. Some leaders within the Religious Right see theocratic movements within Islam as a greater threat than secular culture since the events of 9/ The Club 's Rev.
Pat Robertson endorsed thrice-divorced, pro-choice former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani in the presidential elections because of Giuliani's perceived tough stance against religion-motivated terrorism. 16 Truths About the Rise of the Religious Right in America By Trista.
The “religious right” is a term used to describe right-wing voters who make their political decisions primarily on the grounds of their religious beliefs. The movement exploded in America’s political life during the s and led to things like George W. Bush’s. Evangelicals and Politics: The Religious Right (BornDied ) May 2, J By Greg Forster The largely forgotten history of evangelical political activism forces us to re-evaluate the rights and wrongs of the Religious Right movement.
Books shelved as religious-extremism: American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War On America by Chris Hedges, Healing from Hate: How Young Men Get. Many historians say the modern religious right was birthed in June of That was the month when the Rev.
Jerry Falwell founded the Moral Majority, an organization tasked with saving the. At its best, the religious right kept the focus on a vulnerable minority that easily becomes invisible to those with power: unborn children. Douthat is correct that without some form of religious right, the space left behind can all too easily be filled by European-style.
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Get this from a library. The religious right. [Gary E McCuen] -- A collection of essays which define "the religious right", discussing their attitudes regarding foreign policy, economic and social justice, homosexuality, and AIDS, from differing viewpoints.
Princeton theologian Mark Taylor analyzes right-wing Christian movements in the United States amid the powers of religion, politics, empire, and corporate classes in post-9/11 real gift of Taylor's book is his argument that this militant Christian faith must be viewed against a backdrop of the American political romanticism and corporatist liberalism of U.S.
past and present. First Edition In book collecting, the first edition is the earliest published form of a book. A book may have more than one first edition in reprint Any printing of a book which follows the original edition.
By definition, a reprint is not a first edition. A.L.s. Mildew. is a non-proft public information group committed to exposing the rise of the radical religious right as a political force in the Republican Party.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library.The "Religious Right" also called the Christian Right was the organized Christian conservative movement in politics since the late s (see: Religious conservatism and politics. It is an umbrella term that includes the Christian Coalition, the Moral Majority, the Christian Voice, and the Religious Roundtable, as well as unorganized movements.
It is based on the belief that the morality of.