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Conservative Protestant politics

by Steve Bruce

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity and politics -- Protestant churches.,
  • Conservatism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSteve Bruce.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR115.P7 B696 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 236 p. ;
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL353946M
    ISBN 100198293925
    LC Control Number98013642

    Congratulations John Zmirak on your new book The Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism! Give us an overview of your book and tell us why you wrote it. The book is an effort to pry off all the ideological crust that has become attached to the faith of my childhood, which has guided me ever : CBC Editorial.   The book, Passing on the Right: Conservative Professors in the Progressive University (Oxford University Press), was written by Jon A. Shields, an associate professor of government at Claremont McKenna College, and Joshua M. Dunn Sr., an associate professor of political science and director of the Center for the Study of Government and the.

    Yet the Old Right that morphed into this new conservative movement was Midwest-based and mostly Protestant. Think Sens. Robert A. Taft and John W. Bricker, the media powerhouse Chicago Tribune and (more recently, after World War II) Joe McCarthy.   (There’s a wonderful book by Patrick Allitt, Catholic Intellectuals and Conservative Politics in America: , that gives a sense of how things used to be.).

      I n October, I had the pleasure of attending both the lecture and subsequent seminar given for First Things by Ross Douthat on the crisis in conservative Catholicism. Not being a Roman Catholic, I was there very much as an outside observer of the discussion but it raised for me the obvious questions: Is there a parallel crisis in conservative Protestantism and, if so, in what does it consist?Author: Carl R. Trueman. To them, the fact that only 40% of conservative Protestant men under age 40 have seen porn in the last year is not cause for rejoicing but for alarm — and the alarm itself may be creating, or at.


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The books--No Pope of Rome: Militant Protestantism in Modern Scotland, God Save Ulster: The Religion and Politics of Paisleyism, and The Rise and Fall of the New Christian Right--were intended for a general readership and were very detailed accounts of particular settings: Scotland, Northern.

This book examines the place and nature of religion in industrial societies through a comparative analysis of conservative Protestant politics in a variety of ‘first world’ societies.

Rejecting the popular, but misleading, grouping of diverse movements under the heading of ‘fundamentalism’, this book presents a series of detailed case studies of the Christian Right in the United States. Modernization and Conservative Protestant Politics Ulster and South Africa Religion and Ethnicity in Ulster Unionism Secularization and Toleration in Scotland The Christian Right in the USA Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Conclusion.

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This timely new study examines the place and nature of religion in industrial societies through a comparative analysis of conservative Protestant politics in a variety of 'first world' societies. Rejecting the popular, but misleading, grouping of diverse movements under the heading of 'fundamentalism', Bruce presents a series of detailed case studies of the Christian Right in the United States.

Well Protestantism is hardly a monolithic sect, so you'd have to be more specific as to WHICH sort of Protestantism you mean. There are also varying shades of political leaning within the Catholic Church, though far less breath than within the Pr. The Western hemisphere is getting a lot more Protestant.

But this should be cold comfort to Latin American Catholics. A generation later in Louisiana, the GOP heavily dominates Louisiana politics. This chapter introduces the foundations for the detailed case studies in the book by discussing why modern societies tend to be secular.

It investigates the role that Protestantism played in undermining the conditions for its own reproduction and cites the problems that conservative Protestant political movements have faced. At first, the chapter argues that modernization erodes religion.

Steve Bruce's important new study presents a detailed comparative analysis of conservative Protestant politics in the UK, USA, South Africa, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. Reflecting on the nature and place of religion in industrial societies, Bruce examines the constraints that culturally diverse societies place on those who wish to promote political agendas based on religious ideas.

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