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The Naked Public Square Reconsidered: Religion and Politics in the Twenty-First Century - Wolfe, Christopher, Edito
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Paperback. New. Paperback. The modern world is dominated by sport. The Olympics and the World Cup are seen by billions of television viewers from around the globe. When Pope Benedict travels to foreign countries, typically the only venues large enough to hold the crowds for a papal Mass are sports arenas, such as Londons Wembley Stadium. In response to the call of popes and the Second Vatican Council to read the signs of the times, Sport and Christianity explores the connections between these two seemingly disparate phenomena. It reflects on what the fascination for sport reveals about the human person and to what degree sporting activities are compatible with, and can even advance, the churchs mission. The book discusses the attitude toward sports presented in the Old and New Testaments and in the writings of the church fathers. This leads naturally to a study of Christian anthropology, the relationship between God and man, as well as the connection between the body and the soul. There is an extensive look at sports as viewed by recent popes, including Pope Pius XII -- who denounced the use of drugs in sports as early as 1955 -- as well as Pope John Paul II, and Pope Benedict XVI. The editors pose provocative questions, such as what is Christian about sport, and how can we make sport more Christian Ideally teamwork, pursuit of a common goal, and trying for excellence are laudable, but winning at all costs or the subjugation of Sundays to football are not. Last, given that some countries send priests as chaplains to the Olympic games and some professional sports teams have chaplains, there is a section on how to give pastoral advice to those who work in the sports professions. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN, Momence,IL, Commerce,GA., Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Isi Books, 2009. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. When Richard John Neuhaus' influential book "The Naked Public Square" was published twenty-five years ago, the title metaphor quickly came to symbolize - and embolden - growing discontent with the extreme secularization of American public life. Thanks to Neuhaus, during the last quarter century the image of the 'naked public square' has been used as an effective rhetorical device to counter the trite and misleading 'wall of separation' metaphor popularized by many secularists. Still, the debate about religion and politics continues to rage in both the practical and the theoretical arenas. The contributors to this book reexamine the issues raised by "The Naked Public Square" in light of contemporary trends, debates, and jurisprudence. Gerard Bradley and Mary Ann Glendon debate whether the constitutional law has become more or less 'strict separationist' since the publication of "The Naked Public Square". Joseph Weiler discusses the implications of European elites' refusal to include a reference to Christianity in the proposed European Constitution. A number of contributors - Michael Pakaluk, John Finnis, Rogers Smith, and William Galston - point out the theoretical inadequacy of John Rawls' concept of 'public reason', which has been used to exclude religious arguments from public discourse, but they offer quite different theoretical frameworks for understanding the relation of politics and religion. Hadley Arkes and Richard John Neuhaus reflect on "The Naked Public Square" and subsequent developments in America. The result is an invaluable combination of legal analysis and theoretical reflection on religion and politics, an issue that is destined to remain central to American political and social affairs.., Isi Books, 2009

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Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Isi Books, 2009. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. When Richard John Neuhaus' influential book "The Naked Public Square" was published twenty-five years ago, the title metaphor quickly came to symbolize - and embolden - growing discontent with the extreme secularization of American public life. Thanks to Neuhaus, during the last quarter century the image of the 'naked public square' has been used as an effective rhetorical device to counter the trite and misleading 'wall of separation' metaphor popularized by many secularists. Still, the debate about religion and politics continues to rage in both the practical and the theoretical arenas. The contributors to this book reexamine the issues raised by "The Naked Public Square" in light of contemporary trends, debates, and jurisprudence. Gerard Bradley and Mary Ann Glendon debate whether the constitutional law has become more or less 'strict separationist' since the publication of "The Naked Public Square". Joseph Weiler discusses the implications of European elites' refusal to include a reference to Christianity in the proposed European Constitution. A number of contributors - Michael Pakaluk, John Finnis, Rogers Smith, and William Galston - point out the theoretical inadequacy of John Rawls' concept of 'public reason', which has been used to exclude religious arguments from public discourse, but they offer quite different theoretical frameworks for understanding the relation of politics and religion. Hadley Arkes and Richard John Neuhaus reflect on "The Naked Public Square" and subsequent developments in America. The result is an invaluable combination of legal analysis and theoretical reflection on religion and politics, an issue that is destined to remain central to American political and social affairs.., Isi Books, 2009

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[EAN: 9781935191278], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Isi Books, Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.], RELIGION, POLITICS,, When Richard John Neuhaus' influential book "The Naked Public Square" was published twenty-five years ago, the title metaphor quickly came to symbolize - and embolden - growing discontent with the extreme secularization of American public life. Thanks to Neuhaus, during the last quarter century the image of the 'naked public square' has been used as an effective rhetorical device to counter the trite and misleading 'wall of separation' metaphor popularized by many secularists. Still, the debate about religion and politics continues to rage in both the practical and the theoretical arenas. The contributors to this book reexamine the issues raised by "The Naked Public Square" in light of contemporary trends, debates, and jurisprudence. Gerard Bradley and Mary Ann Glendon debate whether the constitutional law has become more or less 'strict separationist' since the publication of "The Naked Public Square". Joseph Weiler discusses the implications of European elites' refusal to include a reference to Christianity in the proposed European Constitution. A number of contributors - Michael Pakaluk, John Finnis, Rogers Smith, and William Galston - point out the theoretical inadequacy of John Rawls' concept of 'public reason', which has been used to exclude religious arguments from public discourse, but they offer quite different theoretical frameworks for understanding the relation of politics and religion. Hadley Arkes and Richard John Neuhaus reflect on "The Naked Public Square" and subsequent developments in America. The result is an invaluable combination of legal analysis and theoretical reflection on religion and politics, an issue that is destined to remain central to American political and social affairs. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall

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The Naked Public Square Reconsidered: Religion and Politics in the Twenty-First Century
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Wolfe, Christopher, Edito

Titel:

The Naked Public Square Reconsidered: Religion and Politics in the Twenty-First Century

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1935191276

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781935191278
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1935191276
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: INTERCOLLEGIATE STUDIES I
227 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,454 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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