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8vo - 23 x 15.5 cm.; vi - 211 pp. A comprehensive analysis of the new paradigm for discussing church-state relations in the U. S. - equal treatment - that has growing popularity in Congress and in several recent Supreme Court rulings. Equal treatment allows governmental accommodations and assistance to religiously based groups as long as such are offered equally to all religious and nonreligious groups. Eight leading scholars of constitutional law and political science here trace the development of equal treatment theory, consider its implications for public policy and church-state relations, and evaluate it from a number of ideological perspectives. Contributors: Derek Davis, Robert Destro, Carl Esbeck, Charles Glenn, Gregg Ivers, Michael McConnell, James Skillen, Rogers Smith.
Title: Equal Treatment of Religion in a Pluralistic Society.
Categories: Religion / Inspiration,
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan., Eerdmans.: 1998
ISBN Number: 0802842968
ISBN Number 13: 9780802842961
Book Condition: Fine
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Seller ID: 3234
Keywords: Stephen Monsma Christopher Soper Church And State Religion United States Segregation Integration Ecumenism