A relatively short and very interesting book. Its review in the Journal of Church and State says, Religion in American Politics is one of those rare scholarly books that actually manage to deliver more than it promises. In charting the relationship between politics and religion in American life, Lambert manages to provide an elegant, even-handed, and comprehensive account of the role religious faith has played in shaping the nation's destiny.
It's available in print and in digital form. The advantages of the latter are that you can get it instantly and, for those of us who think the print in books and magazines is shrinking, you can just make it larger on your screen.
For those who haven't finished reading, the discussion leader will give a brief summary but, in any case, join us for the discussion. A pleasurable way to spend a summer evening. (As always, free and open to the public.)