Religion


Declaration on Religious Freedom Vatican II

Can State-Sponsored Religious Symbols Promote Religious Liberty? By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN - School of Law, 2012

A Religious Hustle: T.I. and Jay-Z's Lyrical Narratives from “the Trap” to the Spiritual By Sharon Lauricella and Samuel Kyereme, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, in Journal of Religion & Society, 2012

Relationships between Varieties of Religious Experience and Manifest Hate: A Sociological Analysis By R. Georges Delamontagne in Journal of Religion & Society, 2012

Hell, the Rights of the Child, Freedom of Religion, and Exit Costs By Morgan Luck, Charles Sturt University, Australia, in Journal of Religion & Society, 2012

Even Satan Gets Likes on Facebook: The Dynamic Interplay of Religion and Technology in Online Social Networks By Alex Verschoor-Kirss, Williams College, in Journal of Religion & Society, 2012

Investigating the Syncretism of Catholicism and Voodoo in New Orleans By Anthony M. J. Maranise, Christian Brothers University, in Journal of Religion & Society, 2012

Artful Imagining: A Personal Insight into the Study of Religions after Vatican II By Francis X. Clooney. SJ in Australian eJournal of Theology, August 2012

A Truce between Science and Religion By Ashleigh Green in Eureka Street, March 2011

Can Taxpayers Stand Discrimination?: Lack of Standing and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Permits the Executive Branch To Fund Discrimination Within Religious Organizations By Regina N. Kaley in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2011

The Story of the School Prayer Decisions: Civil Religion Under Assault By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN - School of Law, 2011

Religious Freedom and Its Enemies, or Why the Smith Decision May Be a Greater Loss Now than It Was Then By Steven D. Smith in Cardozo Law Review, May 2011

The Political (and Other) Safeguards of Religious Freedom By Richard W. Garnett in Cardozo Law Review, May 2011

Religious Truth, Pluralism, and Secularization: The Shaking Foundations of American Religious Liberty By Daniel O. Conkle in Cardozo Law Review, May 2011

Exemptions and the Establishment Clause By Angela C. Carmella in Cardozo Law Review, May 2011

The Religion Clauses as Mutually Reinforcing Mandates: Why the Arguments for Rigorously Enforcing the Free Exercise Clause and Establishment Clause Are Stronger when Both Clauses Are Taken Seriously By Alan Brownstein in Cardozo Law Review, May 2011

"For the Sake of Human Dignity": Talk with the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion, Heiner Bielefeldt By Alexander Foitzik in Herder-Korrespondenz, 2010

The Anthropological Aspects of Religions at a Man in the European Integration By Daniel Slivka in Studia Theologica, 2010

In the schools of the world face to face with faith By Tony Blair in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, June 2010

John Courtney Murray, S.J.: A Citizen of Two Cities By Robert John Araujo, S.J.in Loyola University Chicago Law Journal, Fall 2010

Religious Displays and the Voluntary Approach to Church and State By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, 2010

What Same-Sex-Marriage and Religious-Liberty Claims Have in Common By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, in Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy,, Summer 2010

Religious Freedom Implications of Sharia Implementation in Aceh, Indonesia By Asma Uddin in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2010

Religion's Appeal By Jasper Doomen in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, 2009

Science Versus Religion? The Insights and Oversights of the 'New Atheists' By Brad S. Gregory in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Fall 2009

Faith-Based Diplomacy Part 1 By Dr Andrew Kania. Address to Oxbridge cohort -- Eton College, December 2009

Faith-Based Diplomacy Part 2 By Dr Andrew Kania. Address to Oxbridge cohort -- Eton College, December 2009

Unfinished Mourning: Schnädelbach's Criticism of Religion as a Challenge of Christianity By Magnus Striet, professor of fundamental theology at the University of Freiburg, in Herder Korrespondenz, 2009

The Rationality of Religious Beliefs By Thomas Schartl, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Augsburg, inStimmen der Zeit, 2009

Religious Freedom: Symposium of Justitia et Pax By Alexander Foitzik in Herder Korrespondenz, 2009

Pledging to God While Getting a Public Education: Why a Wall of Separation Divides Ceremonial Celebration from Religious Indoctrination: Elk Grove Unified School District V. Newdow and the Right of Parental Privacy By Rod Dixon in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2009

Prophets, Cartoons, and Legal Norms: Rethinking the United Nations Defamation of  Religion Provisions By Joshua Foster in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2009

The Right to Wear Headscarves and Other Religious Symbols in French, Turkish, and American Schools: How the Government Draws a Veil on Free Expression of Faith By Oriana Mazza in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2009

Whither Free Exercise: Employment Division V. Smith and the Rebirth of State Constitutional Free Exercise Clause Jurisprudence? By Piero A. Tozzi in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2009

“Intimately Linked”: Examining Religious Protection for Student Expressions of  Sexual Abstinence By Stephanie R. Tumbiolo in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2009

Church-State Relations from a Catholic Perspective: General Considerations on Nicolas Sarkozy's New Concept of Laïcité Positive By Fr. Evaldo Xavier Gomes in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2009

"Render Unto Caesar . . ." Religion/Ethics, Expertise, and the Historical Underpinnings of the Modern American Tax System By Ajay K. Mehrotra in Loyola University Chicago Law Journal, Winter 2009

Religious Organizational Freedom and Conditions on Government Benefits By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, in Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy, 2009

Religious Freedom in America Today: “Freedom from”, “Freedom of”, or  “Freedom for”? By Richard W. Garnett at the Summons of Freedom Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2009

Religious Freedom and Its Virtue: The Legacy and Limits of John Courtney Murray By David M. Lantigua at the Summons of Freedom Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2009

Can Constitutionalism, Secularism and Religion Be Reconciled in an Era of Globalization and Religious Revival? By Michel Rosenfeld in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

Religious Symbols in the Public Space: In Search of a European Answer By Isabelle Rorive in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

Freedom and Faith—Foundations of Freedom of Religion By Matthias Mahlmann in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

The Power of Symbols and Symbols as Power: Secularism and Religion as Guarantors of Cultural Convergence By Susanna Mancini in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

Are Secularism and Neutrality Attractive to Religious Minorities? Islamic Discussions of Western Secularism in the “Jurisprudence of Muslim Minorities” (fiqh al-aqalliyyat) Discourse By Andrew F. March in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

The Myth of the Neutral State and the Individualization of Religion: The Relationship Between State and Religion in the Face of Fundamentalism By Karl-Heinz Ladeur in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

Religious Revival and Pseudo-Secularism By Guy Haarscher in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

Conflicts Between General Laws and Religious Norms By Dieter Grimm in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

Secularism, Religion, and Liberal Democracy in the United States By Kent Greenawalt in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

Law and Religion Under the Status Quo Model: Between Past Compromises and Constant Change By Daphne Barak-Erez in Cardozo Law Review, June 2009

Rethinking the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment: Reflections on Recent Scholarship By Richard S. Meyers, Ave Maria School of Law, in The Catholic Social Science Review, 2008

The Importance of Freedom of Religion from the Catholic Church's Perspective By Msgr. Pietro Parolin, Under Secretary of the Holy See for relations with the States, in the periodical of the Catholic Academy Bavaria 'zur debatte', 2008

The Church and the Dialogue with Science By John Moffatt SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, September 2008

The Privatization of Religion and Catholic Justices By Richard S. Myers in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2008

Dreams and Nightmares of the Founders and their Children By R. Wood Joseph in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, September 2008

Pharaoh Amenhotep and Dignitatis Humanae By Nikolaus Lobkowicz in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, September 2008

Only a Free Man Can Perform the Duty of Truth By Vincenzo Buonomo in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, September 2008

Smithian Perspective on the Markets of Beliefs: Public Policies and Religion By José Atilano Pena López, José Manuel Sánchez Santos in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2008

Ministers, Minimum Wages, and Church Autonomy By Thomas C. Berg in Engage, June 2008

Religious Choice and Exclusions of Religion By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, 2008

Religion Interfacing with Law and Politics: Three Tired Ideas in the Jurisprudence of Religion By L. Scott Smith in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Spring 2007

Why Religion Matters By Krista Tippett in Reform Judaism Online, 2007

"Trinitarian" Theology of Religions? An Augustinian Assessment of Several Recent Proposals Dissertation by Keith Edward Johnson, Department of Religion, Duke University, 2007

Knowledge of God, Knowledge of Place, and the Aesthetic Dimension of Religious Understanding By Mark Wynn, June 2007

Can God and Caesar Coexist? Balancing Religious Freedom and International Law By Robert F. Drinan, S.J. in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2007

Triptych:  Sectarian Disputes, International Law,  and Transnational Tribunals in Drinan's Can  God And Caesar Coexist? By Christopher J. Borgen in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2007

Religious Liberties and Protections in Europe By Elizabeth F. Defeis in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2007

John Paul II:  The Quintessential Religious  Witness in the Public Square By Gregory C. Sisk in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2007

Faith, the State, and the Humility of International Law By Mark Weston Janis in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2007

The Freedom of the Church By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, in Journal of Catholic Social Thought, 2007

Can Religious Liberty Be Protected as Equality? By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN - School of Law, Fall 2007

Catharine MacKinnon May Not Be Enough: Legal Change and Religion in Catholic and Sunni Jurisprudence By Russell Powell, Seattle University School of Law, in Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, 2007

Pope John Paul II and Religious Liberty By Gerard Bradley in Ave Maria Law Review, 2007

Threatened Human Right: Experiences with Freedom of Religion By Heiner Bielefeldt in Herder Korrespondenz, 2006

What Is the Future of Organised Religion in the Next Generation? By Revd Dr John Evans, April 2006

Modest Expectations? Civic Unity, Religious Pluralism, and Conscience By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, 2006

Taking Accommodation Seriously: Religious Freedom and the O Centro Case By Richard W. Garnett and Joshua D. Dunlap, Notre Dame Law School, in Cato Supreme Court Review, 2005-2006

What's Right and Wrong with the "No Endorsement of Religion" Test By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, in Washington University Journal of Law & Policy, 2006

Must a Faithful Judge Be a Faithless Judge? By Hon. Diarmuid O'Scannlain in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

Catholicism and the Court: The Relevance of Faith Traditions in Jurisprudence By Margaret O'Brien Steinfels in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

Why the Catholic Majority on the Surpeme Court May Be Unconstitutional By Michael J. Gerhardt in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

The Politics of Appointing Catholics to the Federal Courts By Sheldon Goldman in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

Catholic Judges and Cooperation in Sin By Edward A. Hartnett in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

Good Casuistry and Bad Casuistry: Resolving the Dilemmas Faced by Catholic Judges By Brian Z. Tamanaha in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

Is It Possible to Have a Serious Discussion About Religious Commitment and Judicial Responsibilities? By Sanford Levinson in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

Catholic and Evangelical Surpeme Court Justcies: A Theological Analysis By Robert F. Cochran Jr. in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

Adapting Divine Law to Change: The Experience of the Roman Catholic Church (With Some Reference to Jewish and Islamic Law) By Silvio Ferrari in Cardozo Law Review, October 2006

Religion, Division, and the First Amendment By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, in Georgetown Law Journal, 2006

Beyond Reconciliation: Monistic Yahwism and the Problem of Evil in Philosophy of Religion By J W Gericke in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2005

From Christianity to African Religion and Back Again By A M Meiring in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2005

H R Trevor-Roper vs. Arnold Toynbee: A Post-Christian Religion and a New Messiah in an Age of Reconciliation? By Frederick Hale in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2005

Good Religion By Stefan Ort in Herder-Korrespondenz, 2005

Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: Sir Thomas Browne and the Lawyer's Quest for God By in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, Spring 2005

Peremptory Challenges and Religion: The Unanswered Prayer for a Supreme Court Opinion By Courtney A. Waggoner in Loyola University Chicago Law Journal, 2005

How Traditional and Minority Religions Fare in Court: Empirical Evidence From Religious Liberty Cases By Gregory C. Sisk in University of Colorado Law Review, 2005

The Permissible Scope of Limitations on Freedom of Religion and Belief in the United States By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, in Emory Journal of International Law, 2005

Changing Minds: Proselytism, Religious Freedom, and the First Amendment By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2005

Davey's Mistakes and the Future of State Payments for Services Provided by Religious Institutions By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN - School of Law, Fall 2005

Evolution vs. Religion By Amelia J. Uelman in Living City, October 2005

State Attempts to Define Religion: The Ramifications of Applying Mandatory Prescription Contraceptive Coverage Statutes to Religious Employers By Susan J. Stabile, Professor of Law, St. John's University School of Law; Fellow, Vincentian Center for Church and Society, 2005

Law and Religion: The Challenges of Christian Jurisprudence By John Witte Jr. in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2005

God Beats Up on People Who Ask Useless Questions By Wayne Lusvardi in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, July-September 2004

Religion: Barrier or Bridge to Building Understanding By Fr Frank Brennan, SJ, AO, Uniya Jesuit Social Justice Centre, 2004

Nietzsche and the Religion of the Future By Steven Michels, Sacred Heart University, in Animus, 2004

Hegel on Secularity and Consummated Religion By F. L Jackson, Memorial University, in Animus, 2004

American Conversations With(in) Catholicism By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, in Michigan Law Review, May 2004

Heretics in the Temple of Law: The Promise and Peril of the Religious Lawyering Movement By Robert K. Vischer, University of St. Thomas, 2004

Assimilation, Toleration, and the State's Interest in the Development of Religious Doctrine By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, in UCLA Law Review, 2004

Minority Religions and the Religion Clauses By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, in Washington University Law Quarterly, 2004

Searching for the Soul of Judicial Decisionmaking: An Empirical Study of Religious Freedom Decisions By Gregory C. Sisk, Michael Heise, and Andrew P. Morriss, in Ohio State Law Journal, 2004

Confine and Conquer: The California Supreme Court and Religious Freedom By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, 2004

Faith, Pluralism, and the Practice of Law By Robert K. Vischer, University of St. Thomas, 2004

Religious Lawyering in a Liberal Democracy: A Challenge and an Invitation By Russell G. Pearce and Amelia J. Uelman in Case Western Reserve Law Review, 2004

Religious Freedom in the Catacombs By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, in America, June 7, 2004

A Pragmatic Realist Philosophy of Religion By Eberhard Herrmann, Uppsala University, Sweden, in Ars Disputandi, 2003

Religion Without Speech? By Lance Ashdown, University of Groningen, The Netherlands in Ars Disputandi, 2003

Refuting the Evidentialist Challenge to Religion By Dirk-Martin Grube, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, in Ars Disputandi, 2003

Many True Religions, And Each An Only Way By S. Mark Heim, Andover Newton Theological School, USA, in Ars Disputandi, 2003

The Role of Religion in the Twenty-first Century: Epoch of Secularization or Cosmos Regained? By Glenn W. Olsen, Department of History, University of Utah, in The Catholic Social Science Review, 2003

Why Religion Still Matters By James Carroll in Daedalus, Summer 2003

Science, Religion and the Need for a World-View By Lars Haikola in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2003

Post-Modernism and Its Secrets: Religion without Religion By Clayton Crockett in Cross Currents, Winter 2003

When Religion Goes Bad By L. William Countryman in The Witness, January-February 2003

The Pledge of Allegiance and the Limited State By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas School of Law, in Texas Review of Law and Politics, 2003

The Theology of the Blaine Amendments By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, in First Amendment Law Review, Winter 2003

Copying for Religious Reasons: A Comment on Principles of Copyright and Religious Freedom By Thomas C. Berg, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN - School of Law, Fall 2003

Reflections on the Light: Judge Noonan's Contributions to the Debate on Religion in the Public Square By Kathleen A. Brady in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2003

What Might Have Been: Contraception and Religious Liberty By Leslie Griffin in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2003

Faith-Based Diplomacy: An Ancient Idea Newly Emergent By Dan Philpott, University of Notre Dame, and Brian Cox, The International Center for Religion and Diplomacy, at the “Formation and Renewal Conference” in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2003

Science and Religion in Culture: In Search of a Reason to Enter the Dialogue By Catherine Punsalan in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2003

Spiritual Information for Integral Transformation By Kuruvilla Pandikattu SJ in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2003

The Case for A Feminist Philosophy of Religion: Transforming Philosophy's Imagery and Myths By Pamela Sue Anderson in Ars Disputandi, 2002

The Concept of Religious Language By Carlo Huber S.J.; chapter 3 of the book Speaking of God, 2002

Basic Elements of Polish Religiosity By Czeslaw Bartnik; chapter 4 of the book Values in the Polish Cultural Tradition, 2002

Camellias and Happiness: An Integration of Science and Religion By Kevin Sharpe in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Winter 2002

The Catholic Debate over Religious Pluralism By John Perry S.J. in Perspective, November 2002

Editorial Preface to James Doull's "Secularity and Religion" By James Alexander Doull, Dalhousie University, in Animus, 2002

Religion and Development at the Crossroads: Convergence or Divergence? A statement to the World Summit on Sustainable Development by the Bahai International Community, Johannesburg, South Africa, August 2002

Religious Freedom and Pluralism By Avery Cardinal Dulles in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2002

Calvinism, Catholicism, and the American Experiment: What is the Question? By John Bolt in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2002

After Civil Religion By Sander Griffioen in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2002

Differentiated Responsibility and the Challenge of Religious Diversity By David T. Koyzis in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2002

On Three Ways to Justify Religious Beliefs By Vincent Brummer, Bilthoven, The Netherlands, in Ars Disputandi, 2001

A Challenge to Philosophy of Religion By Arie L. Molendijk in Ars Disputandi, 2001

On the Threshold: Religion's Role in the New Millennium By John T. Pawlikowski, O.S.M., Ph.D. at Hebrew Union College, 2001

On the Threshold: Religion's Role in the New Millennium By Rabbi David Saperstein at Hebrew Union College, 2001

Symbol of Peace: Religion through the Prism of Gandhi's Life and Vision By George Lazar; chapter 10 of the book Gandhi: The Meaning of Mahatma for the Millennium, 2001

Gandhi on Religion in Public Life By George Karuvelil; chapter 3 of the book Gandhi: The Meaning of Mahatma for the Millennium, 2001

Bishop Barnes, Science and Religion By Steve Bishop in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Fall 2001

Religious Freedom: Innovation and Development By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, in First Things, December 2001

Enjoying and Making Use of a Responsible Freedom By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, in \Religion & Liberty, September-October 2001

A Quiet Faith? Taxes, Politics, and the Privatization of Religion By Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School, in Boston College Law Review, 2001

Narrative in the Japanese New Religions By Robert Kisala in Inter-Religio, 2001

Metaphor and Concept in Religious Narratives By Vincent Shen, Lee Chair in Chinese Thought and Culture, University of Toronto, in Inter-Religio, 2001

Religion and Social Harmony By Margaret Chatterjee; chapter 16 of the book Philosophical Challenges and Opportunities of Globalization, 2000

Religion and the Relation between Civilizations: Lectures on Cooperation between Islamic and Christian Cultures in a Global Horizon Book edited by George F. McLean, 2000

Religion in Civil Society: Surveying the South African Case By James R. Cochrane; chapter 1 of the book Sameness and Difference: Problems and Potentials in South African Civil Society, 2000

Religious Identity and Mobility By Michael Amaladoss, SJ, in Vidyajyoti (Journal of Theological Reflections), September 2000

Primal Religions and Popular Religiosity By Jose M. de Mesa in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2000

Religious Pluralism and US Church Membership: A Reassessment By Daniel V.A. Olson in Sociology of Religion, 1999

Non-Overlapping Magisteria By Stephen Jay Gould in Skeptical Inquirer, 1999

Secularization in a Context of Advanced Modernity By Liliane Voye in Sociology of Religion, 1999

Making Religion Ethical: The Value Orientation of Religion in Contemporary Society By Huang Songjie; chapter 12 of the book The Bases of Values in a Time of Change, 1999

Science and Religion at a Crossroads: An Educational Perspective By William Johnson in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, September-October 1999

Converting to Religion after Its Demise: Thoughts on Marcel Gauchet and His American Reception By Steven Englund in Cross Currents, Spring 1999

Theorizing Religion at the Turn of the Millennium: From the Sacred to the Semiotic By Carl Raschke, Denver University, in Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, Winter 1999

Nationalism and Religious Fundamentalism in the Secularized Modern Society By Rosen, David in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

Philosophy of Religion: Its Meaning and Scope By M. Saeed Sheikh; chapter 8 of the book Philosophy in Pakistan, 1998

The Category 'Religion' Reconsidered By James M. Byrne in The Way, 1998

What is Religion? By Thomas A. Idinopulos in Cross Currents, Fall 1998

Reflecting on the Plurality of Religions By Michael Pye, University of Marburg, Germany, 1997

E. B. Tylor and the Anthropology of Religion By Benson Saler, Brandeis University

Fin de Siecle and the Development of a Post-secular Religion: Intimations from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission By Cornel du Toit in Religion and Theology, 1997

Some Contemporary Reflections on Science and Religion By Arnold Sprenger; chapter 6 of the book Beyond Modernization: Chinese Roots for Global Awareness, 1997

Religious Experience and Civil Society By Joseph G. Donders; chapter 14 of the book Civil Society And Social Reconstruction, 1997

Religion, Politics, and the State: Cross-Cultural Observations By N. J. Demerath III and Karen S. Straight in Cross Currents, Spring 1997

The Changing Position and Meaning of Religion and the Church in Western Europe By Gerard Dekker in Religion & Theology, 1996

Religion in a New Key: Global Perspectives and Encounters Challenging the Study of Religions By Ursula King in Religion and Theology, 1996

Religion and Our Loneliness By Johan Steyn in Religion and Theology, 1995

What is Religious Freedom? By Joseph Neuner in The Way, 1995

Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict, and Religion By John Langan in Theological Studies, March 1995

The Function of Religion in Forming a Personal Model of Culture By Zofia J. Zdybicka; chapter 5 of the book The Philosophy of Person: Solidarity and Cultural Creativity, 1994

Religiousness in the Public and Private Lives of Poles By Wladyslaw Piwowarski; chapter 9 of the book Public and Private Social Inventions in Modern Societies, 1994

Voluntary Religion and the State in the United States By Dean R. Hoge; chapter 10 of the book Public and Private Social Inventions in Modern Societies, 1994

Religious Freedom, Truth, and American Liberalism: Another Look at John Courtney Murray By David L. Schindler in Communio: International Catholic Review, Winter 1994

Religious Liberty: Catholic Struggles with Pluralism Full text of this book by John Courtney Murray, 1993

The Role of Religion in Character Development By Thomas C. Hennessy; chapter 11 of the book Character Development In Schools And Beyond, 1992

Popular Culture, Popular Religion: Framing the Question By Allan Figueroa Deck in The Way, 1992

Justin Martyr and Religious Exclusivism By Graham Keith, Teacher in Latin & Religious Education, Kyle Academy, Ayr, in Tyndale Bulletin, May 1992

Religion and Political Life By David Hollenbach in Theological Studies, March 1991

A Common Home—A Single Soul? By Jan Kerkhofs in The Way, 1991

Religion and Science: Paul Davies and John Paul II By Michael J. Buckley in Theological Studies, June 1990

Religion, Morality, and Politics By David Hollenbach in Theological Studies, March 1988

Whither Christianity? Charles Davis and the Future of Christian Religion By Robert F. Scuka in Theological Studies, September 1987

Philosophy of Religion: The Great Divide By Peter Vardy in The Way, 1987

Some Reflections on Chinese Religion By Joseph M. Kitagawa in Inter-Religio, 1986

Is Religion the Enemy of Faith? By John Thornhill in Theological Studies, June 1984

Philosophy of Science and Religion: Three Approaches By Terrence W. Tilley in Theological Studies, December 1984

Shamanism: The Dominant Folk Religion of Korea By Ryu Tong-shik in Inter-Religio, 1984

Religion and Culture By Jan Van Bragt in Inter-Religio, 1982

Religion and Pain By Joseph H. Fichter, SJ in Theology Today, 1981

The Way Forward in the Religious Study of African Primal Religion By Harold W. Turner in Journal of Religion in Africa, 1981

The Right to Religious Liberty By Franco Biffi in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

Religious Liberty: A Jewish Perspective By Robert Gordis in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

Human Rights and Religious Liberty in Jewish'Christian Dialogue By Elio Toaff in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

Prejudice: The Enemy of Religious Liberty - Models and Mechanics of Transmitting Prejudice in Teaching By Willem Zuidema in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

The Ambiguity of Biblical Religion By Gregory Baum in Theology Today, 1977

Pop Psychology and the Gospel By Andrew M. Greeley in Theology Today, 1976

Secularization: Jewish and Christian Views SIDIC Periodical, No. 2, 1973

Whitehead and "Catholicism" By Norman Pittenger in Theological Studies, December 1971

Jesus' Attitude to Religion By John Ashton in The Way, 1969

God, Religion, Church By Robert Murray in The Way, 1969

God, Religion, Church By Robert Murray in The Way, 1969

A Sociological Perspective on Religion By Jacqueline Scherer in The Way, 1969

A Sociological Perspective on Religion By Jacqueline Scherer in The Way, 1969

The Secular Search For Religious Experience By Harvey G. Cox in Theology Today, 1968

Descriptive and Evaluative Formulae for Comparative Religion By Antonio R. Gualtieri in Theological Studies, March 1968

Varieties of Unbelief in Nineteenth-century Russia By Denis Dirscherl in Theological Studies, September 1966

The Problem of Religious Freedom By John Courtney Murray in Theological Studies, December 1964

A Moral Evaluation of the State's Guarantee of Religious and Ethical Liberty By William F. Cahill in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1961

The Problem of State Religion By John Courtney Murray in Theological Studies, June 1951

On Religious Freedom By John Courtney Murray in Theological Studies, September 1949

Freedom of Religion By John Courtney Murray in Theological Studies, March 1945

Freedom of Religion: I The Ethical Problem By John Courtney Murray in Theological Studies, June 1945

Religion and the One God: Fifteen Years Ago and Now By the editor of Theological Studies, June 1940

Religion and Civil Liberty Book by Hilaire Belloc, 1918

The Profits of Religion A study by Upton Sinclair of supernaturalism as a source of income and a shield to privilege, 1917

Studies in Mystical Religion Book by Rufus M. Jones, 1909

Burke on Religion and the Church By W. F. P. Stockley. Scroll to page 61. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 31, From January to October, 1906

The Mystic Rites of Elevsis By Daniel Quinn. Scroll to page 742. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 26, From January to October, 1901

The Creed or Science—or Agnostic Evolution as a Religion By R. J. M. Scroll to page 518. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 21, From January to October, 1896

Is One Religion as Good as Another Book by Rev. John MacLaughlin, 1889

Religio Viatoris Book by Henry Edward Manning, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, 1888

Religious Freedom in United States Treaties and Public Law By D. A. 0'Sullivan. Scroll to page 452. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 12, From January to October, 1887



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Religiously-motivated conflict, oppression, unjustified discrimination, etc. From the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance

Laws Relating to Religion and Morality From the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance

American Religious Experience Links to sites dealing with a wide range of American religious experiences

Religion Depot Information on religion and opportunities to expore religion and religions

Religion and Literature By Philip Schaff in The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, Vol. IX: Petri - Reuchlin

Adherents.com A growing collection of over 41,000 adherent statistics and religious geography citations -- references to published membership/adherent statistics and congregation statistics for over 4,200 religions, churches, denominations, religious bodies, faith groups, tribes, cultures, movements, ultimate concerns, etc.

American Religion Data Archive The ARDA collection includes data on churches and church membership, religious professionals, and religious groups (individuals, congregations and denominations)

International Religious Freedom Report for 2004 Submitted to the Congress by the Department of State

BBC Guide to the Religions of the World Islam, Hinduism, Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, Sikhism

American Academy of Religion Founded in 1909, the AAR is the world's largest association of academics who research or teach topics related to religion

Marburg Journal of Religion

Articles from The Pluralism Project

Religious Worlds This site offers information about religious traditions that developed in the Middle East or West Asia as well as others from South and East Asia, too

Virtual Religion Index From the Rutgers University Religion Department

Academic Info: Religion A Directory of Internet Resources for the Academic Study of Religion

Internet Resources for the Study of Judaism and Christianity Compiled by Jay C. Treat at the University of Pennsylvania




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