Baptist Political Theology - eBook
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Baptist Political Theology - eBook  -     By: Thomas S. Kidd, Paul D. Miller & Andrew T. Walker

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Baptist ideals like the separation of church and state have indelibly shaped Western democracies, and Baptist thinkers continue to influence public policy and political engagement today. Yet the historical contours, enduring commitments, and current contributions of Baptist political thought are little understood.

Baptist Political Theology, edited by scholars Thomas Kidd, Paul Miller, and Andrew Walker, introduces readers to the full sweep of Baptist engagement with politics. Part 1 introduces key thinkers from the early 17th century to the current day; Part 2 surveys Baptist involvement specifically in American politics; and Part 3 applies Baptist principles to a range of contemporary issues.

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Title: Baptist Political Theology - eBook
By: Thomas S. Kidd, Paul D. Miller & Andrew T. Walker
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: B&H Academic
Publication Date: 2023
ISBN: 9781087736143
ISBN-13: 9781087736143
Stock No: WW126114EB

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Baptist ideals like the separation of church and state have indelibly shaped Western democracies, and Baptist thinkers continue to influence public policy and political engagement today. Yet the historical contours, enduring commitments, and current contributions of Baptist political thought are little understood.  

Baptist Political Theology, edited by scholars Thomas Kidd, Paul Miller, and Andrew Walker, introduces readers to the full sweep of Baptist engagement with politics. Part 1 reviews the life, writings, and political activity of important figures in Baptist history, as well as Baptist involvement in key historical eras and episodes. Part 2 presents a collective effort at applied political theology, with essays relating Baptist principles to a range of contemporary issues. This monumental volume sheds light on the history and contemporary practice of Baptists in the public square, offering context and clarity for Baptist political thought in the years to come.

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