Faith and Politics in a Relational World
Douglas Sturm, Editor
P&F Press, 2002
"These essays break out of the tiresome adversarial
monologues of both the left and right in American politics and
offer us a hopeful vision for faithful action in our shared future."
"This impressive collection of essays should be
read by all who are interested in the public expression of religion
and the religious significance of political action."
"In the present us vs. them 'world of both politics
and faith, this book reminds us that our strength- and hope- for
the future lies in our deep connectedness. A timely and highly
"Important reading for an important time in our
"Belonging Together offers a model of how theological
reflection leads us through moral judgment to political action."