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Democratic religion from Locke to Obama : faith and the civic life of democracy / Giorgi Areshidze.

By: Areshidze, Giorgi, 1983-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: BL65.P7 A74 2016Series: American political thought: Publication: Lawrence, Kansas : University Press of Kansas, c2016Description: [ix], 213 p.ISBN: 9780700622672; 0700622675.Subject(s): Democracy -- Religious aspects | Liberalism -- Religious aspects | Religion and politics | Religious tolerance | Religious pluralism -- Political aspects
Contents:
Religion and the post-enlightenment liberalism of John Rawls -- Barack Obama's civic faith : a post-Christian civil religion or Rawls's public reason? -- Does toleration require religious skepticism? : an examination of Locke's teaching on toleration -- Lincoln's religious statesmanship and Rawls's "public reason" : slavery and Biblical theology in the Civil War -- The theological foundations of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy of racial equality and civil disobedience -- Can liberalism appropriate the moral contents of religion? : Habermas and Tocqueville on religious transformation and democracy's civic life --Conclusion: Toleration, democratic religion, and America's civic life.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-207) and index.

Religion and the post-enlightenment liberalism of John Rawls -- Barack Obama's civic faith : a post-Christian civil religion or Rawls's public reason? -- Does toleration require religious skepticism? : an examination of Locke's teaching on toleration -- Lincoln's religious statesmanship and Rawls's "public reason" : slavery and Biblical theology in the Civil War -- The theological foundations of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy of racial equality and civil disobedience -- Can liberalism appropriate the moral contents of religion? : Habermas and Tocqueville on religious transformation and democracy's civic life --Conclusion: Toleration, democratic religion, and America's civic life.

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