Published January 1990
by University Press of America .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||89|
Gallons of ink have been spilled in examining the influence of Evangelicals on American politics. Yet the conversation--among pundits, politicians, and scholars--has focused overwhelmingly on hot-button domestic issues, such as abortion and gay marriage. In Evangelicals and American Pages: Abstract This book shows that Evangelicals have played a more important role in U.S. foreign affairs than is generally acknowledged. In the nineteenth century, Protestant missionaries—America’s first internationalists—spearheaded global engagement by serving in many regions of the world. In Evangelicals and American Foreign Policy, Mark Amstutz looks beyond our shores at Evangelicals' role in American foreign affairs. Writers have generally traced Evangelicals' political awakening to the s or, at the earliest, to World War II. After highlighting distinctive features of Evangelicals' political ethics, Amstutz illustrates how such thinking has influenced the analysis of global poverty, U.S. foreign policy towards Israel.
In Evangelicals and American Foreign Policy, Mark Amstutz looks beyond our shores at Evangelicals\' role in American foreign affairs. Writers have generally traced Evangelicals\' political awakening to the s or, at the earliest, to World War II. Evangelicals Love Donald Trump for Many Reasons, But One of Them Is Especially Terrifying These are some of the opening scenes of the bestselling book Left Foreign policy . If politicians champion white evangelicals’ proposals on immigration, foreign policy and religion in the public square, they are willing to forgive many, many personal sins. "For this definitive work on Christian Zionism and how evangelicalism shapes American foreign policy, Stephen Spector moves beyond assumptions or anecdotes. Instead, he bases his conclusions on extensive research, including interviews conducted directly with leaders - both inside and outside the evangelical world - who have influenced attitudes Reviews:
Democratic morality: a possibility and an imperative / Richard John Neuhaus --Christian realism and prudence in foreign policy: a challenge to evangelicals / Alberto R. Call --Biblical politics and foreign policy / Dean C. Curry --The shaping of American foreign policy / James Davison Hunter. Responsibility: edited by Michael Cromartie. Book Reviews | Mark R. Amstutz, Evangelicals and American Foreign Policy, Oxford Uni - versity Press, pp. $ ISBN: In Evangelicals and American Foreign Policy Mark Amstutz provides an overview of the ways in which evangelicals in . In Evangelicals and American Foreign Policy, Mark Amstutz seeks to respond to the recent efflorescence of scholarly work on the role that American evangelical Christians have played in shaping international affairs in the twentieth century. Evangelicals support Israel partly for religious reasons. Although religious beliefs play an important role in Evangelicals’ perspectives on the Holy Land, there is no common theological justification for supporting Israel. Evangelicals who identify with covenant theology support the Jewish people because of biblical promises; those who identify with the prophetic teachings of.