Mirror of Justice

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Thursday, November 3, 2016

Religious Liberty: Essays on First Amendment Law

Cambridge University Press has published Religious Liberty: Essays on First Amendment Law, which is a set of contributions that started in a lecture series at Brigham Young University's Wheatley Institution. My own contribution to the volume is "What Are We Really Arguing about When We Argue about the Freedom of the Church?" (or more salaciously titled "God, Groups, and Sex"), where I explore how differences about theological claims, the status of group personality, and sexual ethics underlie much of the recent debate about freedom of the church or institutional religious freedom. Other contributors include Akhil Amar, Roger Scruton, Robby George, Daniel Robinson, Hadley Arkes, Gerry Bradley, Brett Scharffs, and Michael Novak.


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