God and Caesar in America: An Essay on Religion and Politics
Fulcrum Publishing, 2005 - 86 páginas
God and Caesar is a critical analysis of the dangers of one minority wing of one religion subverting the political system to its beliefs to ensure political power. In his essay, Senator Hart outlines the growing danger of religion disguised by politics.
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