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Announcement – Political Theology Network Interdisciplinary Outreach, Schedule For 2017-2018

In an effort to promote the Political Theology Network across a variety of academic institutions, organizations, and associations, we have put together some exciting interdisciplinary outreach projects over the next few months. The goals of this interdisciplinary outreach initiative are: (1) to increase the exposure of the Political Theology Network […]

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Raising Up Niebuhrian Prophets In The Public Square – Responses To Robin Lovin (Scott Paeth And Daniel A. Morris)

The following are responses by Scott Paith and Daniel A. Morris to the article “Reinhold Niebuhr And The Shortage Of Prophets Nowadays” published in Political Theology Today the previous week.  A Thousand Niebuhrs For those of us who care about the relationship of morality and public life, these are difficult […]

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Book Preview – A New Paradigm Of Religious Rights And Liberties (S.I. Strong)

S.I. Strong.  Transforming Religious Liberties:  A New Theory of Religious Rights for National and International Legal Systems.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2018.  Hardback, e-book.  374 pp.  ISBN-10: 1107179332. For centuries, policymakers have struggled to identify the best way to address the relationship between law and religion in religiously pluralist states.  […]

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