Religious Worship as Political Action
Praise of the author
“Brian Kaylor has an advantage in understanding and writing about religion and politics. As a clergyman-turned-professor, he connects the dots between the two realms like no one else. I love this book. It is not only very thoughtful, spiritually speaking, but offers up a paradigm for thinking.”
—Reverend Richard Cizik, President, New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good
“In this fine treatment, Brian Kaylor helps us to understand and appreciate the delicate intersection between faith and politics, personal devotion and civic responsibility, the sacred and the secular. Kaylor helps us navigate these difficult waters. This is a good read that you’ll not only benefit from, but that you’ll also enjoy!”
—Reverend Rob Schenck, President, Faith and Action in the Nation’s Capital; Chaplain, The Capitol Hill Executive Service Club
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