Protest and politics : Christianity and contemporary affairs / edited by Robert G. Clouse, Robert D. Linder, Richard V. Pierard.Publication details: Greenwood, S.C. : Attic Press, c1968Description: vi, 271 p. ; 24 cmSubject(s): Christianity and politics | Evangelicalism -- United States
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Includes bibliographical references.
How can a Christian be in politics? / Mark O. Hatfield -- The responsibility of the Christian voter / Walfred H. Peterson -- Christianity, democracy, and the radical right / Richard V. Pierard -- The Christian, the American military establishment, and war / William W. Cuthbertson -- The Christian and the emergence of the welfare state / James E. Johnson -- A Christian approach to the contemporary civil rights movement / Robert D. Linder -- Christianity in the public schools / Donald E. Pitzer -- The population explosion and Christian concern / Earl J. Reeves -- Communism, realism, and Christianity / William W. Adams, Jr. -- The Israeli-Arab conflict in the Middle East / George Giacumakis, Jr. -- The Vietnam War in Christian perspective / Robert G. Clouse.