With Liberty for All (Paper)

Freedom of Religion in the United States

  • 9780664257682
  • 6x9
  • 144
  • 50.00
  • Paper
  • 0664257682
  • 2/1/1998
  • 3-5 days processing
$ 30.00

Description

The United States is founded upon the principles of freedom of religion, although it has been difficult at times to understand and apply those principles. Phillip Hammond argues that the Constitution assumes a radical religious liberty, which protects the convictions of individual Americans, whether or not those convictions are explicitly religious. This book is an excellent guide to the church-state debate of today, and deepens that discussion by examining the root cause of disagreement about what freedom of religion means in America.

Reviews

Editorial Reviews for this product are coming soon.

You May Also Be Interested In...

The Westminster Dictionary of Christian Ethics
1/1/1986
$50.00
Christian Ethics
9/1/1993
$35.00
Christianity and the Social Crisis
1/1/1992
$50.00
Social Ethics
4/1/1990
$30.00
Life Together
10/25/1978
$13.99
Ethics in a Christian Context
11/21/2006
$40.00
Christian Ethics in the Protestant Tradition
1/1/1989
$30.00
The Ten Commandments
10/4/2004
$45.00
Feminist Theological Ethics
11/1/1994
$40.00
The Niebuhr Brothers for Armchair Theologians
12/30/2013
$20.00
Sign up to learn about new releases and other updates from WJK