Faith and politics; a commentary on religious, social, and political thought in a technological age. Edited by Ronald H. Stone.

New York, G. Braziller [1968] .

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Subjects Christendom.
Christian ethics.
Political ethics.
Social ethics.
Description xviii, 268 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents part 1. Faith as the sense of meaning in human existence -- The truth in myths -- Walter Rauschenbusch in historical perspective -- Marx and Engels on religion -- Theology and political thought in the Western world -- The spiritual life of modern man -- part 2. Freedom -- Do the state and nation belong to God or the devil? -- God's design and the present disorder of civilization -- Christian faith and social action -- The Christian faith and the economic life of liberal society -- The development of a social ethic in the ecumenical movement -- part 3. Liberty and equality -- Power and ideology in national and international affairs -- American hegemony and the prospects for peace -- The social myths in the Cold War -- Johnson and the myths of democracy -- Foreign policy in a new context -- A question of priorities.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)449213
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WorldCat Identities Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1892-1971.
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