Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Winter 1967 (Volume 96, Number 1). Religion in America

Soft Cover, Cambridge, MA: American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1967. Good with No dust jacket as issued.

Square, tight copy with clean, off-white pages. General shelfwear and tanning to spine. Contents: Robert N. Bellah, Civil religion in America. Franlin H. Littell, The churches and the body politic. William G. McLouglin, Is there a third force in Christendom? Langdon Gilkey, Social and intellectual sources of contemporary Protestant theology in America. Martin E. Marty, The spirit's holy errand: the search for a spiritual style in secular America. Thomas F. O'Dea, The crisis of the contemporary religious consciousness. Harvey G. Cox, The "new breed" in American churches: sources of social activism in American religion. Daniel Callahan, The quest for social relevance. Wilber G. Katz and Harold P. Southerland, Religious pluralism and the Supreme Court. Emil L. Fackenheim, On the self-exposure of faith to the modern-secular world: philosophical reflections in the light of Jewish experience. Milton Himmelfarb, Seular society? A Jewish perspective. Michael Novak, Christianity: renewed or slowly abandoned? ; 9.0" (23 cm) tall; 277 pages.

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