Friday, November 21, 2014
In a few days, I'll be joining what looks to be a fascinating group of scholars at Princeton's Program in Law and Public Affairs for a conference called "Religions, Rights, and Institutions." I'm presenting on a panel called "Secular Carve-outs in a Religious World; Religious Carve-outs in a Secular World." I expect to be challenged by several of the papers, including Mary Ann Case's "Why 'Live-And-Let-Live' Is Not a Viable Solution to the Difficult Problems of Religious Accommodation in the Age of Sexual Civil Rights" and Larry Sager's "Why Churches Can Discriminate". Stay tuned!