Foreword Reviews

The Myth of Normative Secularism

Religion and Politics in the Democratic Homeworld

2016 INDIES Finalist
Finalist, Political Science (Adult Nonfiction)

Recent political developments, such as the rise of global Islamism and the American religious Right, have challenged our assumptions about politics, religion, secularization, and democracy. Daniel D. Miller’s innovative exploration bridges the gap between social scientific analyses of secularism, on the one hand, and philosophical and theological analyses, on the other, providing a distinct way forward for understanding the complex relationships between these forces.