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If An Amendment Were Adopted Declaing The United States A Christian Nation, Would It Be Constitutional? Well ... Let's Look At Turkey, Gary J. Jacobsohn Feb 2009

If An Amendment Were Adopted Declaing The United States A Christian Nation, Would It Be Constitutional? Well ... Let's Look At Turkey, Gary J. Jacobsohn

Schmooze 'tickets'

No abstract provided.


Is There A Paradox In Amending A Sacred Text?, Beau Breslin Feb 2009

Is There A Paradox In Amending A Sacred Text?, Beau Breslin

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No abstract provided.


Like A Hole In The Head, Lief H. Carter Feb 2009

Like A Hole In The Head, Lief H. Carter

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No abstract provided.


Religion And Constitutionalism: Indigenous Societies, David S. Bogen Feb 2009

Religion And Constitutionalism: Indigenous Societies, David S. Bogen

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No abstract provided.


Religion And Jacksonian America, Keith E. Whittington Feb 2009

Religion And Jacksonian America, Keith E. Whittington

Schmooze 'tickets'

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Faith And Dynamic Stability: Thoughts On Religion, Constitutions, And Transitions To Democracy, David C. Gray Jan 2009

Constitutional Faith And Dynamic Stability: Thoughts On Religion, Constitutions, And Transitions To Democracy, David C. Gray

Faculty Scholarship

This essay, written for the 2009 Constitutional Schmooze, explores the complex role of religion as a source of both stability and instability. Drawing on a broader body of work in transitional justice, this essay argues that religion has an important role to play in the complex web of overlapping associations and oppositions constitutive of a dynamically stable society and further contends that constitutional protections which encourage a diversity of religions provide the best hope of harnessing that potential while limiting the dangers of religion evidenced in numerous cases of mass atrocity.


Strings Attached: An Analysis Of The Eruv Under The Religion Clauses Of The First Amendment And The Religious Land Use And Institutionalized Persons Act, Alexandra Lang Susman Jan 2009

Strings Attached: An Analysis Of The Eruv Under The Religion Clauses Of The First Amendment And The Religious Land Use And Institutionalized Persons Act, Alexandra Lang Susman

University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class

No abstract provided.