Polarized: The Collapse of Truth, Civility, and Community in Divided Times and How We Can Find Common Ground by Keith M. Parsons, Paris N. Donehoo
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Overview: A Protestant minister and an atheist philosopher interact in a constructive and respectful dialogue about their differing views on life, stressing the importance of honesty, civility, and community engagement at a time of polarized politics.
Unity in diversity (e pluribus unum) – the quintessential American value- is under assault today, and along with it, our sense of shared community. In this book, an atheist philosopher and a United Church of Christ pastor demonstrate that common ground can still be found even by people with very different perspectives on life. In short, difference need not mean division.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational Politics & Social Sciences