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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.
|The Church and Federation in 1901||p. 1|
|Christians in a Liberal Society||p. 16|
|The Role of the Church in the Public Forum||p. 30|
|Towards a Christian Public Selfhood: A Philosophical Discussion||p. 68|
|Federation, Citizenship and Women in Australian Constitutional Law||p. 90|
|'Lest we Forget': A Theologian's Reflection on the Spirit of Australia||p. 129|
|'With Hope in God': Religion, the Preamble Debate and Public Values in Australia||p. 150|
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Number Of Pages: 212
Published: 31st December 2003
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 20.83 x 14.99 x 1.4
Weight (kg): 0.31