Monday, January 15, 2007

Recent Scholarly Articles On Law and Religion

From SSRN:
> Ira C. Lupu & Robert W. Tuttle, The Limits of Equal Liberty as a Theory of Religious Freedom, (Texas Law Review, April 2007), review of Christopher L. Eisgruber and Lawrence G. Sager, Religious Freedom and the Constitution, (Harvard University Press, 2007).

> Kay E. Goodall, Incitement to Religious Hatred: All Talk and No Substance?, (Modern Law Review, Jan. 2007).

From Theoretical Inquiries In Law:
> Peter Fitzpatrick, "What Are the Gods to Us Now?": Secular Theology and the Modernity of Law, (Vol. 8, No. 1, 2007).

From SmartCILP:
> Richard Albert, Religion in the New Republic, 67 Louisiana Law Review 1-54 (2006).

> Shubba Ghosh, Belief: An Essay in Understanding, 54 Buffalo Law Review 807-831 (2006).

> Steven K. Green, Religion Clause Federalism: State Flexibility Over Religious Matters and the "One-Way Ratchet", 56 Emory Law Journal 107-124 (2006).

> Martin H. Pritikin, Punishment, Prisons, and the Bible: Does "Old Testament Justice" Justify Our Retributive Culture?, 28 Cardozo Law Review 715-778 (2006).

> Christian Faith and Political Life: A Dialogue. Introduction by Randy Beck; articles by Jason Carter; response by Randy Beck; reply by Jason Carter. 41 Georgia Law Review 65-168 (2006).