Faith and Politics: How the "Moral Values" Debate Divides America and How to Move Forward Together

This is not a ghostwritten book signed by yet another famous politician hoping to cash in after years of public service. Nor is it a typical political autobiography with incendiary comments about the opposition, a self-serving profile of courage, and a surefire recipe for returning the United States to greatness.

The real author of Faith and Politics is John Danforth, a former U.S. senator (R., Mo.) and an ordained Episcopal priest, and his short book is one of the most self-effacing and thoughtful essays on Christianity and politics to appear in recent years.


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