2012, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Religion and foreign affairs : essential readings / Dennis R. Hoover and Douglas M. Johnston, editors.

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Religion and foreign affairs : essential readings / Dennis R. Hoover and Douglas M. Johnston, editors
 
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Physical Description
  • xiii, 619 p. : ill., map ; 26 cm.
Published
  • Waco, Tex. : Baylor University Press, c2012.
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Religion and foreign affairs : essential readings /​ Dennis R. Hoover and Douglas M. Johnston, editors.
Other Authors
  • Hoover, Dennis.
  • Johnston, Douglas, 1938-
Published
  • Waco, Tex. : Baylor University Press, c2012.
Physical Description
  • xiii, 619 p. : ill., map ; 26 cm.
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Religion and the Global Agenda: From the Margins to the Mainstream? /​ Douglas M. Johnston
  • SECTION I Secularization, Desecularization, and the Disciplines of International Affairs
  • 2.The Meaning of Secularism /​ Charles Taylor
  • 3.The Desecularization of the World: A Global Overview /​ Peter L. Berger
  • 4.The Challenge of September 11 to Secularism in International Relations /​ Daniel Philpott
  • 5.Rethinking the Role of Religion in Changing Public Spheres: Some Comparative Perspectives /​ Rosalind I. J. Hackett
  • 6.Kicking the Secularist Habit: A Six-Step Program /​ David Brooks
  • SECTION II Theoretical Foundations from Antiquity
  • 7."Melian Dialogue": History of the Peloponnesian War /​ Thucydides
  • 8.The Return of Ancient Times: Why the Warrior Politics of the Twenty-First Century Will Demand a Pagan Ethos /​ Robert D. Kaplan
  • 9.Unrealistic Realism: A Reflection on Robert D. Kaplan's "Warrior Politics" /​ Dennis R. Hoover
  • 10.Excerpts from Book 19: City of God /​ Augustine
  • 11.Augustine's Political Realism /​ Reinhold Niebuhr
  • 12."Really Existing" Scriptures: On the Use of Sacred Text in International Affairs /​ John A. Rees
  • 13.Isaiah's Vision of Human Security: Virtue-Ethics and International Politics /​ Scott M. Thomas
  • SECTION III Ethics of Force
  • 14.Of War (Four Articles): Summa Theologica /​ Thomas Aquinas
  • 15.Just War Tradition: Is It Credible? /​ John Howard Yoder
  • 16.Moral Clarity in a Time of War /​ George Weigel
  • 17.War and Statecraft: An Exchange /​ George Weigel
  • 18.Torture: A Just War Perspective /​ James Turner Johnson
  • 19.The New Jihad and Islamic Tradition /​ John Kelsay
  • SECTION IV Religion and Conflict
  • 20.Terror Mandated by God /​ Mark Juergensmeyer
  • 21.The Clash of Civilizations? /​ Samuel P. Huntington
  • 22.Challenging Huntington /​ Jarle Crocker
  • 23.Memo to the State: Religion and Security /​ Chris Seiple
  • 24.The Politics of Persecuted Religious Minorities /​ Philip Jenkins
  • 25.Religious Freedom: Good for What Ails Us? /​ Brian J. Grim
  • 26.How Shall We Study Religion and Conflict?: Challenges and Opportunities in the Early Twenty-First Century /​ Matt Correa
  • SECTION V Religion and Peacemaking
  • 27.Religion and Global Affairs: Religious "Militants for Peace" /​ R. Scott Appleby
  • 28.Faith-Based Diplomacy: An Ancient Idea Newly Emergent /​ Daniel Philpott
  • 29.Military Chaplains: Bridging Church and State /​ Douglas M. Johnston
  • 30.Religion as Destroyer and Creator of Peace: A Postmortem on Failed Peace Processes /​ Marc Gopin
  • 31.Catholic Peacemaking, 1991-2005: The Legacy of Pope John Paul II /​ Drew Christiansen
  • 32.The Potential for Peacebuilding in Islam: Toward an Islamic Concept of Peace /​ Hisham Soliman
  • SECTION VI Religion, Globalization, and Transnationalism
  • 33.Jihad vs. McWorld /​ Benjamin Barber
  • 34.Religion and Globalization /​ James Kurth
  • 35.Transnational Religious Actors and International Politics /​ Jeffrey Haynes
  • 36.Transnational Religious Connections /​ Stephen Offutt
  • 37.European Politics Gets Old-Time Religion /​ Timothy A. Byrnes
  • SECTION VII Religion and Economic Development
  • 38.Max Weber Is Alive and Well, and Living in Guatemala: The Protestant Ethic Today /​ Peter L. Berger
  • 39.Inspiring Development in Fragile States /​ Seth Kaplan
  • 40.New House Rules: Christianity, Economics, and Planetary Living /​ Sallie McFague
  • 41.Islam, Globalization, and Economic Performance in the Middle East /​ Howard Pack
  • 42.Development, Religion, and Women's Roles in Contemporary Societies /​ Katherine Marshall
  • SECTION VIII Religion, Democracy, and the State
  • 43.Separation of Religion and State in the Twenty-First Century: Comparing the Middle East and Western Democracies /​ Shmuel Sandler
  • 44.Rethinking Religious Establishment and Liberal Democracy: Lessons from Israel /​ Steven V. Mazie
  • 45.Christianity and Democracy: The Pioneering Protestants /​ Timothy S. Shah
  • 46.The Rise of "Muslim Democracy" /​ Vali Nasr
  • 47.Public Theology and Democracy's Future /​ Max L. Stackhouse
  • 48.Public Religion, Democracy Promotion, and U.S. Foreign Policy /​ Thomas F. Farr
  • SECTION IX Religious Freedom and Human Rights
  • 49.Debating International Human Rights: The "Middle Ground" for Religious Participants /​ Paul A. Brink
  • 50.Religious Liberty and Human Dignity: A Tale of Two Declarations /​ Kevin J. Hasson
  • 51.Roman Catholicism and the Faith-Based Movement for Global Human Rights /​ Allen D. Hertzke
  • 52.Patterns and Contexts of Religious Freedom and Persecution /​ Paul Marshall
  • 53.Does the Human Right to Freedom of Conscience, Religion, and Belief Have Special Status? /​ David Little
  • 54.Balancing Religious Freedom and Cultural Preservation /​ Jose Casanova
  • 55.Soul Wars: New Battles, New Norms /​ John Witte, Jr.
  • SECTION X Religion and the Future of U.S. Foreign Policy
  • 56.Religion and International Affairs /​ Barry Rubin
  • 57.Faith and Diplomacy /​ Madeleine Albright
  • 58.Religion and American Foreign Policy /​ Jack Miles
  • 59.Methodology, Metrics, and Moral Imperatives in Religious Freedom Diplomacy /​ Robert A. Seiple.
Notes
  • Formerly CIP.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 9781602582422 (pbk.) :
  • 1602582424 (pbk.) :
Dewey Number
  • 201.727
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