You ought to take some time to peruse the many interesting new articles and reviews recently published by the Journal of Church and State (some or all pieces may be behind a pay wall).  Among the highlights:

  • “The Number One Social Problem of our Time”: American Protestants and Temperance Politics in the 1950s, by Pamela Pennock
  • Spinoza’s Political Theology: Theocracy, Democracy, and Monism, by Andy Alexis-Baker
  • Kirpans, Law and Religious Symbols in Schools, by Satvinder Singh Juss
  • The Path Not Taken: Tocqueville, the Freedom of Education, and Alfred Stepan’s “Twin Tolerations” in France, 1843-50, by David A. Selby
  • Alan Brownstein’s review of Robert Audi’s book, Democratic Authority and the Separation of Church and State
  • Adam Carrington’s review of Paul Horwitz’s book, The Agnostic Age: Law, Religion, and the Constitution
  • Ran Hirschl’s review of of Law and Religion in the 21st Century: Religion Between States and Religious Communities (edited by Silvio Ferrari and Rinaldo Cristofori)

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