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Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe 2/2011

The United States and Religion
In memoriam Richard J. Neuhaus
edited by Andrzej Bryk

Andrzej Bryk: Religion in America and Liberal Monism: Richard J. Neuhaus and the Challenge of Reasoned Faith. Introduction
Patrick Allitt: Catholicism in the United States: Between Liberalism and Conservatism
Stephen Barr: Evolution, Darwin, and Catholic Belief - Przeczytaj
Mark Blitz: Some Notes on Religion and Democratic Liberty
Andrzej Bryk: Romantic Theopolitical Testament – Richard J. Neuhaus and the American City of Man
Spasimir Domaradzki: Religion and American Policy: Contesting the Obvious
John Hayes: From Christ-Haunted Region to Anomic Anyplace: Religion in the 20th Century South
David Lorenzo Izquierdo: Ethics, Tradition and Religion - Przeczytaj
Christopher Lazarski: Enemies or Allies: Liberalism and Catholicism in Lord Acton’s Thought
Leonard Leo: Religion, Religious Freedom, and the American Political Tradition
Harvey C. Mansfield: Providence and Democracy - Przeczytaj
Wilfred M. McClay: The Place of Religion in the American Public Square: Christianity, Civil Religion, and the Enduring Contribution of Richard John Neuhaus
Alan Mittleman: The Theological-Political Predicament of American Jewry
Marta Młodzianowska: Religion and Religiosity in the United States
Robert Uberman: Why Values are Precious?
George Weigel: The End of the Bernardin Era
Catherine H. Zuckert: Musings on Mortality

Richard J. Neuhaus: A New Order of Religious Freedom

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