Item description for American Providence: A Nation With a Mission by Stephen H. Webb...
Overview Webb defends the idea that American foreign policy should be seen as a vehicle of God's design. He maintains that American Christianity is not an oxymoron, and Christians should not be ashamed to display their American identity.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.66" Width: 6.98" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.64 lbs.
Release Date Mar 17, 2006
Publisher Continuum International Publishing Group
ISBN 0826418554 ISBN13 9780826418555
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More About Stephen H. Webb
Stephen H. Webb taught philosophy and religion for 25 years at Wabash College and is now an independent scholar and a regular contributor to First Things magazine. Alonzo L. Gaskill is Associate Professor of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University.
Stephen H. Webb currently resides in the state of Indiana. Stephen H. Webb was born in 1961 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Wabash College.
Reviews - What do customers think about American Providence: A Nation With a Mission?
excellent Nov 6, 2007
i highly reccomend this book. webb is very intelligent, passionate and insightful. this is heady stuff. if you like his style you will not be disappointed. his dylan book is amazing and i plan to read most of his books. he is a passionate Christian with a true heart. god bless.
It's about time... Jul 4, 2005
Providence is about God's time and grace and our role in it. The book provides a fast-paced and yet deep overview of the terrain of where American (protestant) religion, culture, and politics are today, how we got here, and a possible pathway through the thickets. It is conservative (in the good sense), but Webb deals fairly with the liberal viewpoint, summarizing and presenting its POV clearly and fairly. His assertions, premises, and conclusions are clear and transparent, making this a wonderful overview and an engaging, though thick, read. He is a good conversation partner; you may disagree, but you will know why, and you will understand why many will agree with what he has to say.