Religion and the Constitution (3rd ed.)
The subject of religion and the state has unquestionably come of age in recent years. There is now a large enough body of court decisions on the First Amendment’s religion provisions to support a full-length casebook—indeed, more than one. And the relationship of religion to government and public life has doubtless provoked even greater interest since the September 2001 terrorist attacks, which were inspired by a religious view radically opposed to the modern Western arrangement of religious liberty.
This casebook on religion and the U.S. Constitution reflects the authors’ thinking on the subject over the period of a number of years. It reflects several premises about how to teach and understand the relations between government and religion.
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Garvey, John H.; McConnell, Michael W.; and Berg, Thomas C., "Religion and the Constitution (3rd ed.)" (2011). Faculty Books. 23.