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46 Edward Schillebeeckx, 'Critical Theories and Christian Political Commitment,' in Political Commitment and Christian Community, ed. Alois Müller and Norbert Greinacher, Concilium Series: Religion in the Seventies (New York: Herder and Herder, 1973), p. 57.
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Concilium Religion in the Seventies Series No. 12. Revolution, Economics, and Religion: Christian Political Economy, 1798–1833. Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press. 124. New York: Seabury Press. Hutchins, B. L. and Harrison, .
The first Jewish Christian communities, as described in the Acts of the .
The first Jewish Christian communities, as described in the Acts of the Apostles, were organized along a principle of communal ownership of goods. The Christian left have interpreted these and other passages to mean that an ideal society would be based on Christian socialism or Christian communism. In opposition to centralized political authority, Christian libertarians frequently cite the eighth chapter of the Biblical book of 1 Samuel (1 Kings LXX), in which God tells the prophet Samuel that the children of Israel have rejected Him by demanding a king to reign over them, and He describes the many ways such a king will oppress the people.
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This article analyses the recourse to religion as a source of law in the legal and political . The Recognition of Religion.
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The political science of religion (also referred to as politicology of religion or politology of religion) is one of the youngest disciplines in the political sciences that deals with a study of influence that religion has on politics and vice versa.
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