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No offense : civil religion and Protestant taste / John Murray Cuddihy.

New York : Seabury Press, 1978.
ISBN 0816403856, 9780816403851

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Subjects Acculturation.
Christian sects -- United States.
Christian sects.
Civil religion -- United States.
Civil religion.
Judaism -- United States.
United States.
Description xvi, 232 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes "A Crossroad book."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents INTRODUCTION: A Nation of Behavers -- 1. The Emergence of Denominational Pluralism: "I Happen to Be ..." -- 2. Case Studies: Protestant, Catholic and Jew -- 3. Protestant: The Reinhold Niebuhr-Will Herberg "Treaty" -- 4. Catholic: A Tale of Two Jesuits / Leonard Feeney, SJ. and john Courtney Murray, SJ. -- 5. Jew: Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg and the Metaphoricality of Jewish Chosenness -- 6. Postscript to the Case Studies: Littell, Bozell, Kahane and Menahem Begin -- 7. American Civil Politics and the "Conversion" of European Class Struggle into Institutional Conflict -- 8. Homely Protestant: A Decorum of Imperfection -- CONCLUSION: Bourgeois Civility as Def erred Socialism, or The Polity of Imperfection.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3558741
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WorldCat Identities Cuddihy, John Murray.
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