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Conscientious Objection To Public Education: The Grievance And The Remedies, Charles E. Rice Nov 1978

Conscientious Objection To Public Education: The Grievance And The Remedies, Charles E. Rice

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Government Aid To Church-Related Education : An Alternative Rationale Sep 1978

Government Aid To Church-Related Education : An Alternative Rationale

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Jefferson And The Church-State Wall : A Historical Examination Of The Man And The Metaphor Sep 1978

Jefferson And The Church-State Wall : A Historical Examination Of The Man And The Metaphor

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Reconsideration Of The Religious Exemption: The Need For Financial Disclosure Of Religious Fund Raising And Solicitation Practices, Bruce J. Rakay, Roger P. Sugarman Jan 1978

A Reconsideration Of The Religious Exemption: The Need For Financial Disclosure Of Religious Fund Raising And Solicitation Practices, Bruce J. Rakay, Roger P. Sugarman

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Religious Property Tax Exemptions In Kentucky, Paul J. Weber, Janet R. Olson Jan 1978

Religious Property Tax Exemptions In Kentucky, Paul J. Weber, Janet R. Olson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Regulation Of Fundamentalist Christian Schools: Free Exercise Of Religion V. The State's Interest In Quality Education, Michael D. Baker Jan 1978

Regulation Of Fundamentalist Christian Schools: Free Exercise Of Religion V. The State's Interest In Quality Education, Michael D. Baker

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Biblical Hermeneutics Of Magister Gratian. An Investigation Of Scripture And Canon Law In The Twelfth Century, John E. Rybolt Jan 1978

The Biblical Hermeneutics Of Magister Gratian. An Investigation Of Scripture And Canon Law In The Twelfth Century, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

The father of canon law, Gratian, compiled and explained previous ecclesiastical jurisprudence using, among other sources, the Bible. This dissertation presents the principles of Gratian's biblical interpretation. It is based on an analysis and explanation of representative passages in the Decretum Gratiani, 628 citations in all.


Standing Up For Flast: Taxpayer And Citizen Standing To Raise Constitutional Issues, David S. Bogen Jan 1978

Standing Up For Flast: Taxpayer And Citizen Standing To Raise Constitutional Issues, David S. Bogen

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Religion, Law And Ethics -- A Call For Dialogue, Jerome Hall Jan 1978

Religion, Law And Ethics -- A Call For Dialogue, Jerome Hall

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Pro Peccatis Patrum Puniri: A Moral And Legal Problem Of The Inquisition, Kenneth Pennington Jan 1978

Pro Peccatis Patrum Puniri: A Moral And Legal Problem Of The Inquisition, Kenneth Pennington

Scholarly Articles

No abstract provided.


The Irrelevance Of The Constitution: The Religion Clauses Of The First Amendment And The Supreme Court, Philip B. Kurland Jan 1978

The Irrelevance Of The Constitution: The Religion Clauses Of The First Amendment And The Supreme Court, Philip B. Kurland

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Egyptian Land Law: An Evaluation, David F. Forte Jan 1978

Egyptian Land Law: An Evaluation, David F. Forte

Law Faculty Articles and Essays

In all cases, the country adopting the Western code has attempted to infuse it with traditional values or with tenets of a particular ideology. Frequently, the inevitable dichotomy between the basic concepts of the code and the values which have been infused into it produce legal tensions. This has certainly been the case in Egypt. Traditionally, Egypt has had difficulty accommodating a growing population on a limited amount of arable land. Whether Egypt is able to remedy past maldistribution of arable land will have significant social, economic and political consequences. The success of legal reform in Egypt must be judged ...


Islamic Law: The Impact Of Joseph Schacht, David F. Forte Jan 1978

Islamic Law: The Impact Of Joseph Schacht, David F. Forte

Law Faculty Articles and Essays

It is here where Schacht's service to Islamic law becomes most salutary. He has made it possible for this great legal tradition to free itself from an unthinking bondage to issues relevant to the second Islamic century, and thus open anew the gate to ijtihad. Mujtahids need no longer fear they are revising divine law when they develop the traditional norms of Islamic law beyond the confines imposed by taqlid. The Sunna of Islam remains the way of the Prophet's devout followers, even though it may not be the way of the Messenger himself. In this fashion, respect ...


Conscientious Objection To Public Education: The Grievance And The Remedies, Charles E. Rice Jan 1978

Conscientious Objection To Public Education: The Grievance And The Remedies, Charles E. Rice

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.