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A Little Political Theology Courtesy of Benjamin Franklin

From his “Petition of the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery,” presented in the House of Representatives on February 12, 1790:

The memorial respectfully showeth, 179 more words

Commentary

"Foundational Texts in Modern Criminal Law" (available for pre-order)

I am pleased to announce that Foundational Texts in Modern Criminal Law, edited by Markus D. Dubber, is now available for pre-order. I’ve listed the description of the volume below. 223 more words

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"Constitutional Contraction: Religion and the Roberts Court"

I’ve posted a new paper, Constitutional Contraction: Religion and the Roberts Court. Here’s the abstract:

This essay argues that the most salient feature to emerge in the first decade of the Roberts Court’s law and religion jurisprudence is the contraction of the constitutional law of religious freedom. 333 more words

Scholarship Roundup

White Reviews The Tragedy of Religious Freedom

very generous review of the book in Commentary Magazine by Adam White. With the exception of the kindly words about Justice Holmes, I don’t disagree with anything in it! 61 more words

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"Creedal Discrimination is Still Discrimination"

A very interesting essay in Christianity Today on the author’s experience at Vanderbilt with its “all comers” policy. One feature of the piece that struck me was how such policies end up flattening out beliefs or creeds as such. 343 more words

Commentary

Law and Religion Moot Court Competition at Touro

From Professor Samuel Levine of Touro Law School comes some information about the impressive looking 2nd Annual Moot Court Competition in Law and Religion at Touro Law School. 225 more words

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Conference on International Religious Freedom Photo Gallery

This summer, the Center for Law and Religion co-hosted a conference in Rome, “International Religious Freedom and the Global Clash of Values,” with the St. 249 more words

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