"This very timely volume will be a great resource for those interested in the relationship between Christianity and questions of civic responsibility, power, and governance. The sophisticated treatment of a range of historical and contemporary Christian traditions is particularly vital today, when a Christian approach to politics is too often reduced to a single issue or a bumper-sticker slogan. The various essays, each written by a scholar who identifies with the tradition under study, are informative, nuanced, and critically engaging."--Darren Walhof, Associate Professor of Political Science, Grand Valley State University
"A concise, engaging volume...Highly recommended."--Choice
About the Author
Sandra F. Joireman is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Politics and International Relations at Wheaton College (IL). She is the author two books and numerous articles on property rights and legal development.