Religion and Political Structures: From Fundamentalism to Public Service
The issue of religion in contemporary life is marked by three major related problems, one is the perennial struggle to choose between God and Mammon, another is the struggle to broaden the horizons of one’s concerns beyond self to God, a third is the manner of relating one’s own religious commitment to that of others. As foundational decisions for life, they must be faced in every effort at modernization and indeed in all deeply human accomplishments.
Council for Research in Values & Philosophy
Political Science | Religion
Destro, Robert A.; Ford, John T.; and Dechert, C. R., "Religion and Political Structures: From Fundamentalism to Public Service" (2005). Faculty Books. 28.