Whose God Rules?
Is the United States a Secular Nation or a Theolegal Democracy?
|Publication Date||December 2011|
|Formats||Ebook (PDF) Ebook (EPUB) Hardcover|
www.WhoseGodRules.com Theolegal democracy defines a political system that allows public officials to use theology in its democratic process to shape law without instituting an official state religion. In Whose God Rules?, preeminent scholars debate the theolegal theory, which describes the gray area between a secular legal system, where theology is dismissed as irrational and a threat to the separation of religion and state, and a theocracy, where a single religion determines all law. The United States is neither a secular nation nor a theocracy, leading scholars to ask whether the United States is a theolegal democracy. If so, whose God rules?