Law And Religion, A Reader: Concepts, Cases and Theory
This book explores the field of Law & Religion in an accessible and balanced way. From today's cutting edge issues such as school vouchers, religious symbolism in the public square, and the continuing debate over the meaning of the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment, to the evolution of Church/State Law, the book provides a format that integrates cases, concepts, and theory. Readers will be able to explore the cases in a casebook format, then expand their knowledge by reading article excerpts from some of the leading thinkers in the field. This is all tied together with discussion and questions touching on important concepts in Law & Religion. Significantly, the book does not limit itself to First Amendment law, it also includes a Chapter exploring religious law and the place of law within six major religious traditions from around the world.
Specifications of Law And Religion, A Reader: Concepts, Cases and Theory
|Author||Frank S. Ravitch|
|Number Of Pages||798|
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