Divided by God

Divided by God
by Noah Feldman

God vs. the Gavel
by Marci A. Hamilton

The Impossibility of Religious Freedom
by Winnifred Fallers Sullivan

When does state action acknowledging the role of faith in our nation’s history become an illegal establishment or endorsement of religion? Where is the line between accommodations for religion that the First Amendment permits-even encourages-and prohibited special privileges for believers? And, when might judges’ efforts to reduce religious strife cause the very divisions they are intended to prevent? Three new books by prominent...

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Richard W. Garnett is professor of law and associate dean of the University of Notre Dame Law School.