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The author of the Politics of Jesus offers a challenging engagement with American society and contemporary Christianity -- and the abuses committed in its name. His themes include the gap between the spirituality of the church and the spirituality of Jesus; how contemporary versions of gospel music "sensationalize" churches into social and political irrelevance; and how the economic principles and policies of the religious right betray the basic Christian principles they claim to hold dear. 219 pages.
Paperback published in 2011.