Caesar’s Coin Revisited: Christians and the Limits of Government (Michael Cromartie, 1996)

Caesar’s Coin Revisited is another in a series of books containing papers, responses, and transcripts of the discussion from a symposium of scholars and specialists convened by Michael Cromartie, a senior fellow and director of the Evangelical Studies Project at the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C.

The Ethics and Public Policy Center, begun in 1976, conducts a program of research, writing, publications, and conferences to encourage debate on domestic and foreign-policy issues among religious, academic, political, business, and other leaders.

Caesar’s Coin Revisited includes:

“Caesar’s Coin and the Politics of the Kingdom: A Pluralist Perspective” by Luis E. Lugo (professor of political science, Calvin College). “A Catholic Response” by James V. Schall, S.J. (professor, Department of Government, Georgetown University).

“Caesar, Sovereignty, and Bonhoeffer” by Jean Bethke Elshtain (Laura Spelman Rockefeller Professor of Ethics, University of Chicago Divinity School). “A Response” by Wilfred M. McClay (associate professor of history, Tulane University).

“Man, Society, and the State: A Catholic Perspective” by Kenneth L. Grasso (associate professor of political science, Southwest Texas State University). “A Protestant Response” by Max L. Stackhouse (Stephen Colwell Professor of Christian Ethics, Princeton Theological Seminary).

“The Necessity of Limited Government” by Doug Bandow (syndicated columnist and senior fellow, Cato Institute). “A Response” by Glenn Tinder (professor emeritus of political science, University of Massachusetts).

Book Reviewed
Caesar’s Coin Revisited: Christians and the Limits of Government edited by Michael Cromartie (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans; 1996) 181 pp. + notes + index of names.