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In the mail: Witte's "Western Case for Monogamy Over Polygamy"

I was pleased to receive Professor John Witte’s new volume, released earlier this year, The Western Case for Monogamy Over Polygamy, in which, with at least half an eye cocked at the coming legal contests over polygamous marriage, John explores the following questions: 238 more words

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Notre Dame Law Review Symposium on Dignitatis Humanae (Nov. 5-6)

Next month, Marc and I will both be presenting papers at a symposium on the 50th anniversary of Dignitatis Humanae, the Vatican II declaration on religious freedom. 140 more words

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Throwback Thursday: June 2014

At the Center’s Conference on International Religious Freedom in Rome, at which Pope Francis gave the keynote address. In addition to His Holiness, that’s Center Director Mark Movsesian, Associate Director Marc DeGirolami, and St. 8 more words

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Welcome to Gerald Russello

Mark and I are delighted to welcome Gerald Russello to the Forum as our guest
for the next month or so. Gerald is a partner at an international business law firm, where he has specialized in securities enforcement and regulatory matters. 74 more words

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Garnett on Tax Exemptions for Religious Institutions

Rick Garnett has a very good short piece over at the Washington Post on a newly controversial issue: tax exemptions for religious institutions. It’s one in a series of short essays on the subject. 246 more words


Now Comes the "Museum of the Bible"

This story reports on the arrival in Washington, D.C. of a new museum, the “Museum of the Bible,” whose collection will include “pieces of the Dead Sea Scrolls, a Gilgamesh tablet, Elvis Presley’s Bible and about 850 manuscripts, 12 of which are in Hebrew and come from China’s Jewish population. 318 more words


Announcing the Third Biennial Colloquium in Law and Religion

The Center for Law and Religion at St. John’s Law School is pleased to announce its third biennial Colloquium in Law and Religion, scheduled for… 133 more words

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