Posts Tagged ‘ neighborliness ’

Mark Silk discussing Rod Dreher and American Grace

November 30, 2010
By tomsander

Excerpt: Rod Dreher, late of this site, put in an appearance yesterday in his old newspaper by way of a review essay on Robert Putnam and David Campbell’s hot new book, American Grace: How Religion Unites and Divides Us….

The essay focuses on the book’s central argument that Americans are way more tolerant of each others’ religions than they…

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Rod Dreher’s “All-American Grace”

November 29, 2010
By tomsander

Flickr photo by jaxxon

Rod Dreher calls American Grace “indispensable”.  Excerpt from his Dallas Morning News piece:

The good news is that we Americans of different faith traditions get along remarkably well, not by casting aside religion, but by learning how to be tolerant even as we remain religiously engaged.

The bad news is that achieving religious…

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