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The Antigay Agenda: Orthodox Vision and the Christian Right

The Antigay Agenda: Orthodox Vision and the Christian Right

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The Antigay Agenda: Orthodox Vision and the Christian Right

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242 pagine
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Pubblicato:
Dec 1, 2007
ISBN:
9780226327693
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In The Antigay Agenda, Didi Herman probes the values, beliefs, and rhetoric of the organizations of the Christian Right. Tracing the emergence of their antigay agenda, Herman explores how and why these groups made antigay activity a top priority, and how it relates to their political history.

"A penetrating analysis of the Christian Right's antigay agenda and of how that agenda is derived from the Christian Right's peculiar vision of American history and the Christian faith."—Rev. Peter J. Gomes, Boston Book Review

"Public intellectualism at its best. . . . A comprehensive summary of the conservative Protestant worldview."—Michael Joseph Gross, Boston Phoenix Literary Section

"Presents considerable information not previously part of the nation's political discourse. . . . [Herman] dissects the Christian Right's antigay stance dispassionately giving, as it were, the devil his due. For anyone on either side of this passionate and important conflict, that is an impressive accomplishment."—Hastings Wyman, Jr., Washington Post Book World
Pubblicato:
Dec 1, 2007
ISBN:
9780226327693
Formato:
Libro

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  • (1/5)
    I don't recommend this book to anyone on the planet Earth! The author has a regressive, perverted mindset. He just can't view the things from a human perspective, he would rather rely upon some irrational, mystical, irreverent-to-the-present-society books. This book promotes inequality, racism and discrimination and doesn't verify the scientific facts either.

    Those homo-sapiens who are desperate to travel back into the stone age, here is your opportunity!

    P.S.: I had to rate it with one star, cause there was no lesser star than that.