What Democrats Talk about When They Talk about God is a collection of essays on the religious communication of members of the Democratic Party, past and present-in office, while campaigning, and in their public and private writing. While many books on the market address issues at the intersection of church and state, none to date have focused exclusively on Democrats as important participants in the dialogue about religion and politics.
Lexington Books; October 2010
- ISBN: 9780739138281
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- Title: What Democrats Talk about When They Talk about God
- Author: David Weiss (ed.); Allison J. Ainsworth (contrib.); Samuel Boerboom (contrib.); Daniel D. Gross (contrib.); Paul Haridakis (contrib.); Christina M. Knopf (contrib.); Lenore Langsdorf (contrib.); Sara Ann Mehltretter (contrib.); Jeffrey L. Morrow (contrib.); James T. Petre (contrib.); Penni M. Pier (contrib.); Preston, C Thomas, Jr. (contrib.); Paul R. Raptis (contrib.); Brent S. Roberts (contrib.); Biff Rocha (contrib.); Julie R. Woodbury (contrib.)
Imprint: Lexington Books
In The Press
The contributors to this book provide an important corrective to the view that only the GOP does "God talk." The collection is full of interesting accounts of candidates and officeholder religious rhetoric. Recommended.
About The Author
David Weiss is assistant professor at Montana State University, Billings.