Denominational Preference and the Dimensions of Political Tolerance
This study investigates the tolerance belief systems of members of different denominational categories. After controls for education are imposed, it is found that there exists a Christian consensus on the circumstances in which intolerance may be justified. The characteristics of the audience (adults versus preadults) affect tolerance belief systems to a much greater extent than does the political content of a particular message.
Christianity; Religion; Religion and politics; Religious tolerance
American Politics | Christianity | Political Science | Religion
Jelen, T. G.,
Denominational Preference and the Dimensions of Political Tolerance.
Sociology of Religion, 51(1),