God's Economy : Faith-Based Initiatives and the Caring State
By: Daly, Lew.
Contributor(s): Dionne Jr., E. J.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (342 p.).ISBN: 9780226134857.Subject(s): Church and state -- United States | Electronic books. -- local | Faith-based human services -- Political aspects -- United States | Social service -- United States -- Religious aspects | United States -- Social policy -- 1993-Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: God's Economy : Faith-Based Initiatives and the Caring StateDDC classification: 361.75 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents -- Foreword -- Preface and Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1. A New Era of Church-State Cooperation -- 2. Religion and Welfare Reform: Old Battles and New Directions -- 3. Religious Autonomy and the Limited State -- 4. The Social Law -- Afterword -- Notes -- Selected Bibliography -- Index
President Obama has signaled a sharp break from many Bush Administration policies, but he remains committed to federal support for religious social service providers. Like George W. Bush's faith-based initiative, though, Obama's version of the policy has generated loud criticism-from both sides of the aisle-even as the communities that stand to benefit suffer through an ailing economy. God's Economy reveals that virtually all of the critics, as well as many supporters, have long misunderstood both the true implications of faith-based partnerships and their unique potential for advancing social
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