A Wall of Separation?: Debating the Public Role of Religion
A Wall of Separation?: Debating the Public Role of Religion  -     By: Mary Segers, Clarke E. Cochran, Ted G. Jelen
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 216
Vendor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Publication Date: 1998
Dimensions: 8.95 X 5.89 X 0.55 (inches)
ISBN: 0847683885
ISBN-13: 9780847683888

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Should the wall of separation between church and state be permeable or inviolable? This question has been hotly contested since the nation's founding and contentious debates persist today. With a collection of the most significant documents and an introduction by Clarke E. Cochran that provides the historical context of the debate, prominent scholars Mary Segers and Ted Jelen debate the impact of organized religion on the democratic process, examine its influence on political discourse, and discuss its significance for the creation of public policy. The authors illuminate the constitutional implications of using religion to cultivate public morality and discuss the complexities of creating a civic-minded citizenry in a pluralistic society.

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