"A timely, informed study on how Biblical faith relates to world politics. Curry provides a splendid defense of democratic capitalism."
—Mark R. Amstutz, Professor of Political Science, Wheaton College
"In this thoughtful and well-reasoned work, Dean Curry has performed a signal service by taking a fresh look at the relationship of Christian faith to international politics... uncompromising in its preference for freedom over tyranny, and rightly critical of the utopianism that pervades so much of contemporary Christian thought."
—Alberto R. CollCharles H. Stockton Professor of International Law, United States Naval War College
"Curry has an impressive grasp of a broad array of foreign policy issues, and articulately weaves in a Biblical perspective for many of the international issues that will face us in the 1990s."
—Walter H. Kansteiner IIIU.S. Department of State, Policy Planning Staff
About the Author
DEAN C. CURRY is chairman of the department of history and political science and associate professor of political science at Messiah College. He coauthored Nuclear Arms: Two Views on World Peace and edited Evangelicals and the Bishops' Pastoral Letter.
Marvin Olasky (PhD, American Culture, University of Michigan) is the editor-in-chief of World Magazine. He has been interviewed numerous times by the national media as the developer of the concepts of compassionate conservatism and biblically objective journalism and is the author of twenty books.