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by Dean M. Kelley

  • ISBN: 082980434X
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  • Author: Dean M. Kelley
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pilgrim Press (1982)
  • Pages: 216 pages
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Dean M. Kelley (June 1, 1926 – May 11, 1997) was an American legal scholar, religious freedom advocate, author, and executive with the National Council of Churches (NCC).

Dean M. Kelley (June 1, 1926 – May 11, 1997) was an American legal scholar, religious freedom advocate, author, and executive with the National Council of Churches (NCC), where his work was mainly concerned with religious liberty issues. He also served on the board of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

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Kelley's 1973 book, Why Conservative Churches are Growing . Government Intervention in Religious Affairs, Pilgrim Press, 1982, ISBN 0829806024. Religious Freedom Activist.

Kelley's 1973 book, Why Conservative Churches are Growing, pointed out the essential difference between liberal and conservative churches: conservative churches concentrated on spiritual needs, liberal churches on political causes, which causes were better promoted by political organizations such as the Democratic Party and the Americans for Democratic Action. Law of Church and State in America, Kelly's final work, published online by the First Amendment Center. a b Steinfels, Peter (April 29, 1995).

Rev Dean M Kelley, leading proponent of religious liberty who used . At the council, Mr. Kelley organized special conferences on church-state relations, tax law and churches, and government intervention in religious affairs.

Rev Dean M Kelley, leading proponent of religious liberty who used his position at National Council of Churches to speak out for rights of religious groups large and small, dies at age 70; photo (M. Dr. Campbell said Mr. Kelley also served as the council's staff member on its evangelism committee. Mr. Kelley married the former Maryon Hoyle on June 8, 1946, in Denver.

Government Intervention in Religious Affairs, Pilgrim Press, 1982, ISBN 0-8298-0602-4. Dean M. Kelley (1926-1997) A liberal Methodist with ties to the National Council of Churches, Dean Kelley surprised the religious world with his 1972. Encyclopedia of Religion in American Politics. Law of Church and State in America, Kelley's final work, published online by the First Amendment Center. The establishment clause: religion and the First Amendment, Leonard Williams Levy, UNC Press, 1994, ISBN 0-8078-4466-7, page 143.

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St. Bartholomew's Church v. City of New York, 728 F Supp 958 (SDNY 1989), aff'd, 914 F 2d 348 (2d Cir 1990); but see Society of Jesus in New England v Boston Landmarks Comm'n, Civ Nos 87-3168, 87-4751, 87-6586 (Super Ct, Suffolk Co, Mass 1989) reported in. 9 Relig Freedom Rptr 342, aff'd, 408 Mass 38 (1990).

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The book explores the reasons why American Jews, despite having a social profile that normally correlates with can identification . New York: Pilgrim Press, 1986.

The book explores the reasons why American Jews, despite having a social profile that normally correlates with can identification, remain the most liberal, pro-Democratic white ethnic constituency in the United States.

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