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April 15, 2013

Garry reviews Ledewitz, "Church, State, and the Crisis in American Secularism"

Here is a review, by Patrick and John Garry, of Bruce Ledewitz's Church, State, and the Crisis in American Secularism.  The abstract:

Reading a book with which one agrees on the basic assumptions and goals can be a reaffirming and educational experience. However, reading a book with which one disagrees about some of its basic assumptions and goals can be a stimulating and even enlightening experience, particularly if the book presents a logical argument, a compelling and laudable vision, and an openness to opposing views. For this reviewer, Professor Bruce Ledewitz has written just such a book.

Nice.

Posted by Rick Garnett on April 15, 2013 at 02:23 PM in Garnett, Rick | Permalink

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