Mark Tooley, president of the Institute on Religion and Democracy, has meticulously researched and laid out for the reader Methodist pronouncements and policies on issues beginning with the election of the first Methodist president of the century, William McKinley, to the election of George W. Bush, the second Methodist president of the century. He allows the players to speak for themselves on prohibition, war, abortion, marriage and many other issues.
As a chronicle of Methodist political positions, this book will fascinate, encourage and frustrate the reader, depending upon his or her own views, but never bore. Hard Cover, 406 pages.
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