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Spirit of Australia II: Religion in Citizenship and National Life

Brian HowePhilip Hughes

Spirit of Australia II: Religion in Citizenship and National Life

Brian HowePhilip Hughes

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This book continues a process of showing that the dynamic relationship between religion and society is far more significant - philosophically, historically, theologically and even sociologically - than is often credited. This book is about that interplay between the Christian faith and civil society in Australia in the time prior to and during the process of constructing a federated nation, and in the period since Federation. In so doing, this book continues the discussion of themes developed in Spirit of Australia I.

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This book continues a process of showing that the dynamic relationship between religion and society is far more significant - philosophically, historically, theologically and even sociologically - than is often credited. This book is about that interplay between the Christian faith and civil society in Australia in the time prior to and during the process of constructing a federated nation, and in the period since Federation. In so doing, this book continues the discussion of themes developed in Spirit of Australia I.
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Shows the dynamic relationship between religion and society
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Meet the Authors

Brian Howe

BRIAN HOWE is a professorial associate in the Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne. He was deputy prime minister of Australia (1991-95), and a member of the Federal Cabinet (1984-96).

Philip Hughes

Philip Hughes is the senior research officer of the Christian Research Association. He has worked for the CRA since it was established in 1985. Philip Hughes has post-graduate degrees in philosophy, education and theology. His doctorate in theology involved a study of the expression of the Christian faith in the Thai contextPhilip Hughes works four days per week for the CRA. He is also employed by Edith Cowan University on projects on church and community and insecurity and well-being.He is the author of a number of books on Austrlain Culture and Mission including Putting Life Together, Handbook For Cross-Cultural Ministry, Exploring What Australians Value and Building Stronger Communities.

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  • Catalogue Code 204020
  • Product Code 1920691065
  • EAN 9781920691066
  • Pages 212
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Atf Press
  • Publication Date Nov 2003
  • Dimensions 180 x 150 x 14 mm
  • Weight 0.313kg

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