|Title:||Religion and the State|
|Description:||Religion and the State is an answer to the major dilemma facing anyone teaching a course in comparative religion and politics: finding a book that addresses the quintessential issues that the course is designed to investigate. Religion informs the state and politics on matters of ethics, areas of policy, and political processes while politics affects organized religions, persons of faith in politics, and the very functions of government. The relationships between religion and politics vary depending on the religious tradition and governing context. The complexity and subtlety of these relationships, and the variety of circumstances that affect them, make the topic difficult to research. These relationships are precisely what this book is written to clarify and illuminate|
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