Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Voting and the American Religious Marketplace now online

Because the framers of the US Constitution determined the nation would have "no established church," you might think Americans would feel "less connected" to religion in general and to the the importance of religion across the political scene, but the opposite is true. That was part of the first of two messages delivered at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia Oct. 7 by Political Science Professor Laura Olson of Clemson University, who teaches American Politics and Religion in Politics at the school.

You can view both informative presentations by Prof. Olson online at Ltsp.edu/olson.

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