Robert P. Jones, Ph.D., is the CEO and founder of Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), a nonprofit, nonpartisan research and education organization dedicated to work at the intersection of religion, values, and public life. Dr. Jones writes a weekly column at “Figuring Faith,” a featured blog at the Washington Post On Faith section. He is a member of the national steering committee for the Religion and Politics Section at the American Academy of Religion and is an active member of the American Association of Public Opinion Research, the American Political Science Association, and the Society of Christian Ethics. He holds a Ph.D. in religion from Emory University, and a M.Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Before founding PRRI, Dr. Jones served as assistant professor of religious studies at Missouri State University. Dr. Jones is the author two academic books and numerous peer-review articles on religion and public policy. He is frequently featured in national media stories on religion and politics.
Awesome book. Great perspective on critical public theology issues.Published 1 month ago by W. Spencer
It has been a long since I thought about church history. We sometimes miss the political part o f the church, that is not how it reacts to internal affairs but how it addresses the... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Judith Tobey
I wish more people would read this book. As a pastor in the south, there has been a prevalent attitude that God is on one side of the political divide or the other and if you... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
The authors seemed to be suggesting solutions for problems that do not exist -- at least in our very large Methodist Church in the South. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by MoxT
This book attempts to place the blame for people walking out of the author's church on to the religious right. Read morePublished on September 16, 2012 by Don
After being enticed to read this book I have now regretted it. The book is to wordy and a very hard read. Read morePublished on April 5, 2012 by lacmicver