Culture War No More?
- The `social agenda' // Christian Science Monitor;5/18/95, Vol. 87 Issue 121, p20
Comments on the social agenda of the religious right in the US. Goals of the religious conservatives; Methods to implement the program and its implications.
- Old ideas and new things. Lapin, Daniel // American Enterprise;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p17
Opinion. Presents the author's view on the issue of normal human treasuring of the past. How the author established a group called Toward Tradition; How he performs ancient religious practices not because they're traditional; The need to distinguish between things and ideas; Conservatism as a...
- Flea Market Believers. Farnsley II, Arthur E. // Christianity Today;Oct2006, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p114
The article assesses the political influence of evangelicals in the U.S. Analysts who say they can predict voting patterns simply by knowing where people stand on God, guns, and gays will discover their stereotype is badly overdrawn. The distinction between evangelical conservatives and...
- CORRESPONDENCE. // Claremont Review of Books;Summer2014, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p6
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to the article "A More Dangerous World," by Jeremy Rabkin in the Spring 2014 issue.
- Stop bashing the Christian right. Bennett, William // Christianity Today;8/15/94, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p10
Focuses on the criticisms against Christians active in politics. Campaign of bias and prejudice; Derogatory labels against conservative Christians; Dangers in politicizing religious faith; Attempt by some to discredit the underlying philosophy of Christian movement; Reprinted from the newspaper...
- Rocky Mountain backlash against the religious right. Lloyd, Jillian // Christian Science Monitor;8/11/98, Vol. 90 Issue 180, p3
Focuses on the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado as a backlash against the Christian religious right. The group's mission to ensure a diversity of religious views in political debate; The group's promise that religion not be used as a weapon for political ends; The Reverend Michael Carrier as the...
- Catholic Conservatives in the Weimar Republic: The Politics of the Rhenish-Westphalian Aristocracy, 1918â€“1933. Jones, L.E. // German History;Feb2000, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p60
Recounts the politics of the Rhenish-Westphalian aristocracy in Weimar, Germany. Improvement of understanding of German conservatism; Concentration on historical development; Influence of Catholic aristocrats on the social, cultural and political life of the regions.
- Ambitions and Strategies of the Religious Right. Negri, Maxine // Humanist;May/Jun87, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p29
Presents an overview of the contenders and the stakes for the 1998 Republican presidential nomination. Questions if the religious right is sturdy enough and broadly based enough as a political network to override the now threatening Democratic party; Building of a religious right network;...
- The Case for Sovereignty. Moravcsik, Andrew // Prospect;Apr2006, Issue 121, p69
The article reviews the book "The Case for Sovereignty," by Jeremy A. Rabkin.