Religion in the public square: what, exactly, do liberals want to quarantine, and why doesn't it work?
Fuelled by the power of the evangelical right, 'Religion and the public square' debates form a veritable industry in US political theory. Yet successive volumes frequently seem to retread old ground, making few advances. In the much less heated Australian religious atmosphere, such soul-searching can seem quaint or obsessive; yet recent political developments here, notably the success of 'family values' social conservatism, suggest that the relationship between political and religious views...[Show more]
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