The Culture of Disbelief
The Culture of Disbelief (ISBN 0-385-47498-9) is a 1994 book by Stephen L. Carter. In it, he holds that religion in the United States is trivialized by American law and politics, and that those with a strong religious faith are forced to bend to meet the viewpoint of a "public faith" which is largely faithless. Carter argues that there is a place for faith in public life, while still adhering to the separation of church and state.
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