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AALS Law and Religion Section

Annual Bibliography: 2018

Table of Contents

I. Journal Articles ........................................................................................................................................................... 1


III. Special Journal Issues ............................................................................................................................................ 7
III. Monographs............................................................................................................................................................... 9
IV. Edited Volumes ...................................................................................................................................................... 11

I. Articles

Zoe Adams & John Olusegun Adenitire, Ideological Neutrality in the Workplace, 81 MODERN L.
REV. 348 (2018)
Ryan T. Anderson, A Brave New World of Transgender Policy, 41 HARV. J. L. & PUBLIC POLICY
309 (2018)
Ruth Arlow, Kuteh v. Dartfod and Gravesham NHS Trust, 20 ECCLESIASTICAL L. J. 113 (2018)
Ruth Arlow, The Reverend J. Gould v. Trustees of St. John’s, Downshire Hill, 20
ECCLESIASTICAL L. J. 241 (2018)
Ruth Arlow, Scott v. Stevenson & Reid Ltd: Northern Ireland Fair Employment Tribunal, 20
ECCLESIASTICAL L. J. 245 (2018)
Giorgia Baldi, Re-conceptualizing Equality in the Work Place: A Reading of the Latest CJEU’s
Opinions over the Practice of Veiling, 7 OXFORD J. L. & RELIG. 296 (2018)
Luke Beck, The Role of Religion in the Law of Royal Succession in Canada and Australia, 43
QUEEN’S L. J. 53 (2018)
Mitchell N. Berman, Our Principled Constitution, 166 U. PENN. L. REV. 1325 (2018)
Khaled A. Beydoun, Acting Muslim, 53 HARV. CIVIL RIGHTS-CIVIL LIBERTIES L. REV. 1 (2018)
John M. Bickers, False Facts and Holy War: How the Supreme Court’s Establishment Clause Cases
Fuel Religious Conflict, 51 IND. L. REV. 305 (2018)
Joanne C. Brant, Sullivan Lecture 2016 Engel: Divisiveness or Coercion—A Response to Professor
Marshall, 46 CAPITAL U. L. REV. 373 (2018)

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Marta Cartabia, The Many and the Few: Clash of Values or Reasonable Accommodation, 33 AM. U.
INT’L L. REV. 667 (2018)
Dan T. Coenen, Free Speech and Generally Applicable Laws: A New Doctrinal Synthesis, 103 IOWA L.
REV. 435 (2018)
Miles E. Coleman, RLUIPA and Federal Court Review of Local Zoning Decision Involving Religious
Entities, 53 REAL PROPERTY, TRUST & ESTATE J. 119 (2018)
Ronald J. Colombo, An Antitrust Approach to Corporate Free Exercise Claims, 92 ST. JOHN’S L. REV.
29 (2018)
Joshua J. Craddock, The Case for Complicity-Based Religious Accommodations, 12 TENN. J. L. &
POLICY 233 (2018)
Frank Cranmer, The Statement of Principles of Christian Law: A Quaker Perspective, 20
ECCLESIASTICAL L. J. 290 (2018)
Peter Cumper & Tom Lewis, Empathy and Human Rights: The Case of Religious Dress, 18 HUMAN
RIGHTS L. REV. 61 (2018)
Perry Dane, A Tale of Two Clauses: Search and Seizure, Establishment of Religion, and
Constitutional Reason, 26 WILLIAM & MARY BILL OF RIGHTS J. 939 (2018)
Alex Deagon, Liberal Assumptions in Section 116 Cases and Implications for Religious Freedom, 46
FEDERAL L. REV. 113 (2018)
David Decosimo, The New Genealogy of Religious Freedom, 33 J. L. & RELIG. 3 (2018)
Rafael Domingo, Body, Soul, and Spirit of the Law: Towards a Holistic Legal Paradigm, 7 OXFORD
J. L. & RELIG. 230 (2018)
Peter W. Edge, Oppositional Religious Speech: Understanding Hate Preach, 20 ECCLESIASTICAL L.
J. 278 (2018)
Zoe Egelman, Punishment and Protection, Two Sides of the Same Sword: The Problem of International
Criminal Law Under the Refugee Convention, 59 HARV. INT’L L. J. 461 (2018)
Leora F. Eisenstadt, Enemy and Ally: Religion in Loving v. Virginia and Beyond, 86 FORDHAM L.
REV. 2659 (2018)
Asli Ermis-Mert, Women at Work and in the Family: A Discussion of Reconciliation Policy Practices,
32 INT’L J. L., POLICY & THE FAMILY 27 (2018)
Alexis M. Florczak, Make American Discriminate Again? Why Hobby Lobby’s Expansion of RFRA is
Bad Medicine for Transgender Health Care, 28 HEALTH MATRIX: J. L.-MEDICINE 431 (2018)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Foreword: On Planetary Law, 54 STANFORD J. INT’L L. 213 (2018)
John Gavin, Praying for Clarity: Lund, Bormuth, and the Split over Legislator-Led Prayer, 59 B.C. L.
REV. 104 (2018)

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Carla Gharibian, The Case of the Armenian Catholicosate in Sis: Places of Worship and Religious
Freedom Claims Before the European Court of Human Rights, 106 CAL. L. REV. 481 (2018)
Mackenzie Glaze, Historical Determinism and Women’s Rights in Sharia Law, 50 CASE WESTERN
RESERVE J. INT’L L. 349 (2018)
Brendan Gogarty et. al., Religious-Based Exemptions from Anti-Discrimination Law: Comparing
Jurisdictions that Permit Same-Sex Marriage, 43 ALTERNATIVE L. J. 225 (2018)
Sophie Goodman, A Country Burning for Religious Freedom: The New Draft Law on Freedom of
Religion in Vietnam, 26 MICH. ST. INT’L L. REV. 159 (2018)
Luke W. Goodrich, Sex, Drugs, and Eagle Feathers: An Empirical Study of Federal Religious
Freedom Clauses, 48 SETON HALL L. R. 353 (2018)
Kendyl L. Green, Courts Rule Too Narrowly Regarding the Right to Wear Religious Clothing in Public,
29 HASTINGS WOMEN’S L. J. 261 (2018)
Eli Grossman, The Human Dimension of Shari’a Law, 50 NYU J. INT’L L. POL. 1021 (2018)
Andrew Hambler, Neutrality and Workplace Restrictions on Headscarves and Religious Dress: Lessons
from Achbita and Bougnaoui, 47 INDUSTRIAL L. J. 149 (2018)
Marci A. Hamilton, The Cognitive Dissonance of Religious Liberty Discourse: Statutory Rights
Masquerading as Constitutional Mandates, 41 HARV. J. L. & PUBLIC POLICY 79 (2018)
Leonard Hammer, Cultural Heritage Protection and Sacred Spaces: Considering Alternative Approaches
from within the Human Rights Framework, 49 COLUMBIA H. RTS. L. REV. 73 (2018)
Patrick Hart, Justice for (W)all: Judicial Review and Religion, 43 QUEEN’S L. J.1 (2018).
Steven J. Heyman, The Light of Nature: John Locke, Natural Rights, and the Origins of American
Religious Liberty, 101 MARQUETTE L. REV. 705 (2018)
Mark Hill, The Sixth Conference of the African Consortium for Law and Religion Studies: Law,
Religion and Human Flourishing, 20 ECCLESIASTICAL L. J. 338 (2018).
Ran Hirschl, Competing Orders? The Challenge of Religion to Modern Constitutionalism, 85 U. CHI.
L. REV. 425 (2018)
Allison Hugi, A Borderline Case: The Establishment Clause Implications of Religious Questioning by
Government Officials, 85 U. CHI. L. REV. 193 (2018)
Wilson Huhn, Foreword: Shall These Bones Live? Resurrecting Truth in American Law and Public
Discourse, 56 DUQUESNE L. REV. 1 (2018)
Eusef Robin Huq, The Legality of a State Religion in a Secular Nation, 17 WASH. U. GLOBAL
STUDIES L. REV. 245 (2018)
Blaine L. Hutchinson, Protecting Religious Pluralism: How the Liberty that Supports Same-Sex
Marriage Protects Religious Convictions, 30 REGENT U. L. R. 461 (2018)

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Yuval Jobani & Nahshon Perez, Governing the Sacred: A Critical Typology of Models of Political
Toleration in Contested Sacred Sites, 7 OXFORD J. L. & RELIG. 250 (2018)
Conrad Kahn & Danli Song, A Touchy Subject: The Eleventh Circuit’s Tug-of-War Over What
Constitutes Violent “Physical Force”, 72 U. MIAMI L. REV. 1130 (2018)
Lauri Kai, Embracing the Chinese Exclusion Case: An International Law Approach to Racial Exclusions,
59 WILLIAM & MARY L. REV. 2617 (2018)
Alana Karbal, Religious Liberty and the Counseling Profession: A Conflict of Rights, 63 WAYNE L.
REV. 463 (2018)
Leslie Kendrick & Micah Schwartzman, The Etiquette of Animus, 132 HARV. L. REV. 133 (2018)
Rafea Khatun, What do Grown Children Owe Their Parents? A Moral Duty and Legal Responsibility
in Bangladesh, 32 INT’L J. L. POLICY & THE FAMILY 363 (2018)
Howard Kislowicz, Judging Religion and Judges’ Religions, 33 J. L. & RELIG. 42 (2018)
Mahmood Kooria, Uses and Abuses of the Past: An Ethno-History of Islamic Legal Texts, 7 OXFORD
J. L. & RELIG. 313 (2018)
Jennifer Koshan, Alberta v. Hutterian Brethren of Wilson Colony, 30 CANADIAN J. WOMEN
AND THE L. 292 (2018)

Douglas Laycock, The Wedding-Vendor Cases, 41 HARV. J. L. & PUBLIC POLICY 49 (2018)
Bruce Ledewitz, The Resurrection of Trust in American Law and Public Discourse, 56 DUQUESNE L.
REV. 21 (2018)
Koen Lemmens, ‘Irreligious’ Cartoons and Freedom of Expression: A Critical Reassessment, 18
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW REVIEW 89 (2018)
Assaf Likhovski, Peripheral Vision: Polish-Jewish Lawyers and Early Israeli Law, 36 LAW &
HISTORY REV. 235 (2018)
Blair Major, Translating the Conflict over Trinity Western University’s Proposed Law School, 43
QUEEN’S L. J. 175 (2018)
Yehezkel Margalit, Temporary Marriage: A Comparison of the Jewish and Islamic Conceptions, 33 J.
L. & RELIG. 89 (2018)
Patricia Marino, What is the “Social” in “Social Coherence?”: Commentary on Nelson Tebbe’s Religious
Freedom in an Egalitarian Age, 31 J. CIVIL RIGHTS & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 115 (2018)
William P. Marshall, The Constitutionality of School Prayer: Or Why Engel v. Vitale May Have
Had It Right All Along, 46 CAPITAL U. L. REV. 339 (2018)
Mark Fathi Massoud, Reflections on the Future of Global Legal Studies, IND. J. GLOBAL LEGAL
STUDIES 569 (2018)
Emmanuel Mauleon, Black Twice: Policing Black Muslim Identities, 65 UCLA L. REV. 1326 (2018)

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Ralf Michaels, Banning Burqas: The Perspective of Postsecular Comparative Law, 28 DUKE
JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE & INTERNATIONAL LAW 213 (2018)
A. Reid Monroe-Sheridan, “Frankly Unthinkable”: The Constitutional Failings of President Trump’s
Proposed Muslim Registry, 70 MAINE L. REV. 2 (2018)
Richard J. Moon, Conscientious Objection in Canada: Pragmatic Accommodation and Principled
Adjudication, 7 OXFORD J. L. & RELIG. 274 (2018)
Edward Morgan, De minimis non curat lex: A Profound Juridical Unity?, 20 ECCLESIASTICAL L. J.
261 (2018)
Javier Garcia Oliva & Diana Ginn, The Religious and Ideological Freedom of Teachers in the English
Legal Framework: Is the Balance Between Collective and Individual Rights Appropriate?, 7 OXFORD J.
L. & RELIG. 185 (2018)
Laura Palk & Shelly Grunsted, Born Free: Toward an Expansive Definition of Sex, 25 MICH. J.
GENDER & L. 1 (2018)
Sejal Parmar, Freedom of Expression Narratives after the Charlie Hebdo Attacks, 18 HUMAN RIGHTS
L. REV. 267 (2018)
Wendy E. Parmet, Beyond Employer-Mandates: Improving Influenza Vaccination Rates Among Health
Care Workers, 46 J. L., MEDICINE & ETHICS 763 (2018)
Bill Piatt, Entrada: Slavery, Religion and Reconciliation, 13 INTERCULTURAL HUMAN RIGHTS
LAW REVIEW 1 (2018)
Amihai Radzyner, Jewish Law, State, and Social Reality: Prenuptial Agreements for the Prevention of
Divorce Refusal in Israel and the United States, 33 J. L. & RELIG. 61 (2018)
Liam Ray, Reasonable Action: Reproductive Rights, the Free Exercise Clause, and Religious Freedom in
the United States and the Republic of Ireland, 92 ST. JOHN’S L. REV.121 (2018)
Dorit Rubinstein Reiss & V.B. Dubal, Influenza Mandates and Religious Accommodation: Avoiding
Legal Pitfalls, 46 J. L., MEDICINE & ETHICS 756 (2018)
Shannon Riggins, Limitations on the Right to Manifest Religion in European Private Companies:
Achbita v. G4S Secure Solutions NV Under Article 9 of the ECHR and Article 18 of the ICCPR, 33
AM. U. INT’L L. R. 977 (2018)
Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco & Pilar Zambrano, One Myth of the Classical Natural Law Theory:
Reflecting on the “Thin” View of Legal Positivism, RATIO JURIS 9 (2018)
Eloise D. Rotenberg, Xi Jinping’s Sinocentrism and Its Impact on Religion: Modern Chinese
Christianity under Attack, 50 N.Y.U. J. INT’L L. & POL. 1057 (2018)
Wadie E. Said, Limitless Discretion in the Wars on Drugs and Terror, 89 U. COLO. L. REV. 93 (2018)
James R. Salzmann, Statutory Millennialism: Establishment and Free Exercise Concerns Arising from
the Health Care Sharing Ministry Exemption’s 1999 Cutoff Date, 91 S. CAL. L. REV. 303 (2018)

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Russell Sandberg, Clarifying the Definition of Religion Under English Law: The Need for a
Universal Definition, 20 ECCLESIASTICAL L. J. 132 (2018)
Gideon Sapir, Law, Religion, and Immigration: Building Bridges with Express Lanes, 32 EMORY
INT’L L. R. 201 (2018).
Elizabeth Sepper, Zombie Religious Institutions, 112 NW. U. L. REV. 929 (2018)
Andrew Small, From Conflict to Consensus: Reconciling the Right to Freedom of Religion and LGBT
Rights, 43 ALTERNATIVE L. J. 221 (2018)
Peter J. Smith & Robert W. Tuttle, Civil Procedure and the Ministerial Exception, 86 FORDHAM L.
REV. 1847 (2018)
Rodney K. Smith, Flickering Lights on a Hill: The Decline in the Importance of the Right of Religious
Conscience and Its Implications, 46 CAPITAL U. L. REV. 399 (2018)
Holger Sonntag, Testing Religion: Adjudicating Claims of Religious Persecution Brought by Iranians
in the U.S. and Germany, 68 CASE WESTERN RESERVE L. REV. 975 (2018)
Ada Tchoukou & Julie Ynes, Malleus Maleficarum: Scrutinizing Sorcery in Cameroon, 62J.
AFRICAN L. 129 (2018)
Nelson Tebbe, Reply: Conscience and Equality, 31 J. CIVIL RIGHTS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
1 (2018)
Andrew A. Thompson, Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer and the “Play in the
Joints” Between Establishment and Free Exercise of Religion, 96 TEX. L. REV. 1079 (2018)
Sarah Trotter, ‘Living Together’, ‘Learning Together’, and ‘Swimming Together’: Osmanolu and
Kocaba, v. Switzerland (2017) and the Construction of Collective Life, 18 HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
REVIEW 157 (2018)
Laura S. Underkuffler, Religious Freedom in an Egalitarian Age: Rejecting Doctrinal Nihilism in the
Adjudication of Religious Claims, 31 J. OF CIVIL RIGHTS & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 217 (2018)
Ozan O. Varol, Alien Citizens: Kurds and Citizenship in the Turkish Constitution, 57 VIRGINIA J. INT’L
L. 770 (2018)
Kyle C. Velte, Why the Religious Right Can’t Have Its (Straight Wedding) Cake and Eat It Too:
Breaking the Preservation-Through-Transformation Dynamic in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado
Civil Rights Commission, 36 LAW & INEQUALITY 67 (2018)
Shelby L. Wade, “Living Together” or Living Apart from Religious Freedoms? The European Court
of Human Right’s Concept of “Living Together” and Its Impact on Religious Freedom, 50 CASE
WESTERN RESERVE J. INT’L L. 411 (2018)
Douglas H. Walker, The Tolerant Pessimist: Jean-Jacques Rousseau on Civil Religion and Religious
Toleration, 7 OXFORD J. L. & RELIG. 206 (2018)

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Lynn D. Wardle, The Intertwined Existence of Families and Religion, 32 BYU J. PUBLIC L. 229
(2018)
Robin Fretwell Wilson, Common Ground Lawmaking: Lessons for Peaceful Coexistence from
Masterpiece Cakeshop and the Utah Compromise, XX CONN. L. REV. 1 (2018) (forthcoming)
Robin Fretwell Wilson, When Academic Freedom Collides with Religious Liberty of Religious
Universities, XX ST. THOMAS L. REV. YYY (2019) (forthcoming) (with Tanner Bean)
Robin Fretwell Wilson, Being Transgender in the Era of Trump: Compassion Should Pick Up Where
Science Leaves Off, 8 U.C. IRVINE L. REV. 101 (2018)
John Witte, Jr., The McDonald Distinguished Christian Scholars Conference: Is Religious Liberty
Under Threat?, 20 ECCLESIASTICAL L. J. 339 (2018)
John Witte, Jr., The Universal Rule of Natural and Written Constitutions in the Thought of Johannes
Althusius, in Janne Nijman & Tony Carty, eds., MORALITY AND RESPONSIBILITY OF RULERS:
CHINESE AND EUROPEAN EARLY MODERN ORIGINS OF A RULE OF LAW FOR WORLD ORDER
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)
John Witte, Jr., Faith in the Law: The Legal and Political Legacy of the Protestant Reformations, in
John Witte, Jr. & Amy Wheeler, eds., THE REFORMATION OF THE CHURCH AND THE WORLD
(Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2018)
John Witte, Jr., Law and the Protestant Reformation, in Heikki Pihlajamaki, Markus Dubber &
Mark Godfrey, eds., THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF EUROPEAN LEGAL HISTORY (Oxford: Oxford
University Press, 2018)
John Witte, Jr., The Marital Covenant in John Calvin’s Geneva, POLITICAL THEOLOGY 19 (2018):
282-299
John Witte, Jr., Review of Kathleen A. Brady, The Distinctiveness of Religion in American Law:
Rethinking Religion Clause Jurisprudence (2015), 32 J. L. & REL. 515 (2018)
John Witte, Jr. & Brian Kaufman, Law and Religion in American Education, in Michael D.
Waggoner and Nathan C. Walker, eds., THE OXFORD HANDBOOK ON RELIGION AND
EDUCATION (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)
John Witte, Jr. & Justin Latterell, The Little Commonwealth: The Family as Matrix of Markets and
Morality in Early Protestantism, in Ted A. Smith and Robert P. Jones, eds., MARKETS AND
MORALITY: SPIRIT AND CAPITAL IN AN AGE OF INEQUALITY (New York: Routledge, 2018)

II. Special Issues

7 OXFORD J. L. & REL. issue 1: On Ernst-Wolfgang Bockenforde

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Mark Edward Ruff, Ernst-Wolfgang and the Rapprochement of Catholicism and Socialism, 7
OXFORD J. L. & RELIG. 13 (2018)
Judith Hahn, Ernst-Wolfgange Bockenforde’s Approach to Natural Law as Normative Legal
Ethics, 7 OXFORD J. L. & RELIG. 28 (2018)
Lars Vinx, The Political Theology of the Secular State in Hobbes and Bockenforde, 7 OXFORD
J. L. & RELIG. 51 (2018)
Aline-Florence Manent, Democracy and Religion in the Political and Legal Thought of Ernst
Wolfgang Bockenforde, 7 OXFORD J. L. & RELIG. 74 (2018)
Tine Stein, The Bockenforde Dictum – On the Topicality of a Liberal Formula, 7 OXFORD J.
L. & RELIG. 97 (2018)
Christian Polke, Bockenforde’s Dictum and the Problem of ‘Value Fundamentalism’, 7 OXFORD
J. L. & RELIG. 109 (2018)
Rex Ahdar, Is Freedom of Conscience Superior to Freedom of Religion?, 7 OXFORD J. L. &
RELIG. 124 (2018)

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III. Monographs

DINA AFRIANTY, WOMEN IN SHARIA LAW IN NORTHERN INDONESIA: LOCAL WOMEN’S NGOS
AND THE REFORM OF ISLAMIC LAW IN ACEH (S.I.: Garland Science, 2018)

PASQUALE ANNICCHINO, LAW AND INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: THE RISE AND
DECLINE OF THE AMERICAN MODEL (London: Routledge, 2018)
HELGE ARSHEIM, MAKING RELIGION AND HUMAN RIGHTS AT THE UNITED NATIONS (Berlin: De
Gruyter, 2018).
RENAE BARKER, STATE AND RELIGION: THE AUSTRALIAN STORY (New York: Routledge, 2018)
A.J. BERKOWITZ & MARK LETTENEY, RETHINKING “AUTHORITY” IN LATE ANTIQUITY:
AUTHORSHIP, LAW, AND TRANSMISSION IN JEWISH AND CHRISTIAN TRADITION (New York, NY:
Routledge, 2018)
JOHN R. BOWEN, ON BRITISH ISLAM: RELIGION, LAW, AND EVERYDAY PRACTICE IN SHARI’A
COUNCILS (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2018)
KATHLEEN A. BRADY, THE DISTINCTIVENESS OF RELIGION IN AMERICAN LAW: RETHINKING
RELIGIOUS CLAUSE JURISPRUDENCE (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
SAMUEL D. BRUNSON, GOD AND THE IRS: ACCOMMODATING RELIGIOUS PRACTICE IN THE
UNITED STATES TAX LAW (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
LABEEB AHMED BSOUL, ISLAMIC HISTORY AND LAW: FROM THE 4TH TO THE 11TH CENTURY AND
BEYOND (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
NATHAN T. LOPES CARDOZO, JEWISH LAW AS REBELLION: A PLEA FOR RELIGIOUS
AUTHENTICITY AND HALACHIC COURAGE (New York: Urim Publications, 2018)
J. DARYL CHARLES, NATURAL LAW AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: THE ROLE OF MORAL FIRST
THINGS IN GROUNDING AND PROTECTING THE FIRST FREEDOM (London: Routledge, 2018)
JIANLIN CHEN, THE LAW AND RELIGIOUS MARKET THEORY: CHINA, TAIWAN, AND HONG KONG
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
LENI FRANKEN, LIBERAL NEUTRALITY AND STATE SUPPORT FOR RELIGION (Cham: Springer
International Publishing, 2018)
AHMED SALISU GARBA, FREEDOM OF RELIGION AND ITS REGULATION IN NIGERIA: ANALYSIS OF
PREACHING BOARD LAWS IN SOME STATES OF NORTHERN NIGERIA (Boston: Brill, 2018)
PHILIP HAMBURGER, LIBERAL SUPPRESSION: SECTION 501(C)(3) AND THE TAXATION OF SPEECH
(Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2018)

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LEENA HEINAMAKI, EXPERIENCING AND PROTECTING SACRED NATURAL SITES OF SAMI AND
OTHER INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: THE SACRED ARCTIC (Cham: Springer International Publishing,
2018)
ROBERT W. HEIMBUGER, GOD AND THE ILLEGAL ALIEN: UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION POLICY
AND A THEOLOGY OF POLITICS (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)

EFFIE FOKAS & JAMES T. RICHARDSON, THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND
MINORITY RELIGIONS: MESSAGES GENERATED AND MESSAGES RECEIVED (London: Taylor and
Francis, 2018)
ARIF A. JAMAL, ISLAM, LAW, AND THE MODERN STATE: (RE)IMAGINING LIBERAL THEORY IN
MUSLIM CONTEXTS (New York, NY: Routledge, 2018)
CATHLEEN KAVENY, ETHICS AT THE EDGES OF LAW: CHRISTIAN MORALISTS AND AMERICAN
LEGAL THOUGHT (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2018)
EMIR KAYA, SECULARISM AND STATE RELIGION IN MODERN TURKEY: LAW, POLICY-MAKING
AND THE DIYANET (London: I.B. Tauris, 2018)

DAVID KLOOS, BECOMING BETTER MUSLIMS: RELIGIOUS AUTHORITY AND ETHICAL


IMPROVEMENT IN ACEH, INDONESIA (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2018)
MICHAEL J. LAMONICA & JEFF FALLOW, FIRST AMENDMENT FOR BEGINNERS (Danbury, CT: For
Beginners LLC, 2018)
YEHEZKEL MARGALIT, THE JEWISH FAMILY: BETWEEN FAMILY LAW AND CONTRACT LAW
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
CHRISTOPHER MCCRUDDEN, LITIGATING RELIGIONS: AN ESSAY ON HUMAN RIGHTS, COURTS,
AND BELIEFS (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)

RICHARD MOON, PUTTING FAITH IN HATE: WHEN RELIGION IS THE SOURCE OR TARGET OF
HATE SPEECH (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
R. LAURENCE MOORE & ISAAC KRAMNICK, GODLESS CITIZENS IN A GODLY REPUBLIC: ATHEISTS
IN AMERICAN PUBLIC LIFE (New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company (2018)

TODD ALLIN MORMAN, MANY NATIONS UNDER MANY GODS: PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT AND
AMERICAN INDIAN SACRED SITES (Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 2018)
YOSSI NEHUSHTAN, INTOLERANT RELIGION IN A TOLERANT-LIBERAL DEMOCRACY (Oxford:
Hart Publishing, 2018)
KERRY O’HALLORAN, RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION AND CULTURAL CONTEXT: A COMMON LAW
PERSPECTIVE (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
JAVIER GARCIA OLIVA, RELIGION, LAW AND THE CONSTITUTION: BALANCING BELIEFS IN
BRITAIN (New York, NY: Taylor & Francis Group, 2018)
CLAYTON O’NEILL, RELIGION, MEDICINE, AND THE LAW (New York, NY: Routledge, 2018)

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JANIS TALIVALDIS OZOLINS, RELIGION AND CULTURE IN DIALOGUE EAST AND WEST
PERSPECTIVES (Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2018)
DANIEL PHILPOTT & TIMOTHY SAMUEL SHAH, UNDER CAESAR’S SWORD: HOW CHRISTIANS
RESPOND TO PERSECUTION (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
ETHAN G. QUILLEN, ATHEIST EXCEPTIONALISM: ATHEISM, RELIGION, AND THE UNITED STATES
SUPREME COURT (London: Taylor and Francis, 2018)
I.H. RUBENSTEIN, A TREATISE ON CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS JURISPRUDENCE (New York:
William S. Hein & Company, 2018)
WALTER SCOTT RUTLEDGE, RELIGIOUS OVERREACH AT THE SUPREME COURT (New York:
Algora Publishing, 2018)
YUSHAU SODIQ, A HISTORY OF THE APPLICATION OF ISLAMIC LAW IN NIGERIA (Cham: Springer
International Publishing, 2018)
MARK PHILIP STRASSER, FREE EXERCISE OF RELIGION AND THE UNITED STATES
CONSTITUTION: THE SUPREME COURT’S CHALLENGE (New York: Routledge, 2018)
S.I. STRONG, TRANSFORMING RELIGIOUS LIBERTIES: A NEW THEORY OF RELIGIOUS RIGHTS FOR
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEMS (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
2018)
WINNIFRED FALLERS SULLIVAN, THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM (Princeton, NJ:
Princeton University Press, 2018)
MATTHEW J. TUININGA, CALVIN’S POLITICAL THEOLOGY AND THE PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT OF
THE CHURCH: CHRIST’S TWO KINGDOMS (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)

ANDREW VENTIMIGLIA, COPYRIGHTING GOD: OWNERSHIP OF THE SACRED IN AMERICAN


RELIGION (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
MATTHEW L. N. WILKINSON, THE GENEALOGY OF TERROR: HOW TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN
ISLAM, ISLAMISM AND ISLAMIST EXTREMISM (London: Taylor and Francis, 2018)

IV. Edited Volumes

REX AHDAR, ED., RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON LAW AND RELIGION (2018)

John Witte, Jr., Foreword


Rex Ahdar, Navigating Law and Religion: Familiar Waterways, Rivers Less Travelled and
Uncharted Seas
Russell Sandberg, The Sociological Dimension of Law and Religion
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Steven D. Smith, Equality, Religion, and Nihilism
Jonathan Burnside, Jeremy Bentham and the Problem of the Authority of Biblical La
Joel Harrison, Dworkin’s Religion and the End of Religious Liberty
Andrew Koppelman, What Kind of Human Right is Religious Liberty?
Perry Dane, Establishment and Encounter
Richard Albert & Yaniv Roznai, Religion, Secularism, and Limitations on Constitutional
Amendment
Jaclyn L. Neo, Regulation of Religious Communities in a Multicultural Polity
Benjamin L. Berger, Liberal Constitutionalism and the Unsettling of the Secular
Hans-Martien ten Napel, The Boundaries of Faith-Based Organizations in Europe at
Farrah Ahmed, Enforcing Religious Law
Michael A. Helfand, When Judges are Theologians: Adjudicating Religious Questions
Francois Venter, The Justiciability and Adjudication of Religious Disputes
Paul M. Taylor, Controversial Doctrine: The Relevance of Religious Content in the Supervisory
Role of International Human Rights Bodies
Merilin Kiviorg, Dangers of the Changing Narrative of Human Rights: Why Democracy and
Security Need Religious Freedom
Mark Hill, Freedom of Religion and the Rise of Secularism: Struggles in the British Workplace
Ian Leigh, The Legal Recognition of Freedom of Conscience as Conscientious Objection: Familiar
Problems and New Lessons
Renae Barker, Of Burqas (and Niqabs) in Courtrooms: The Neglected Women’s Voice
Janet Epp Buckingham, Trinity Western University’s Law School: Reconciling Rights at 420
A. Keith Thompson, The Persistence of Religious Confession Privilege

CHRISTOPHER RICHARD BAKER & BETH E. CRISP, EDS., RE-IMAGINING RELIGION AND BELIEF:
21ST CENTURY POLICY AND PRACTICE (2018)
Adam Dinham, The Need to Re-imagine Religion and Belief
Christopher Baker & Adam Dinham, Re-Negotiating Religion and Belief in the Public Square:
Definitions, Debates, Controversies
Paul Cloke & Andrew Williams, Geographical Landscapes of Religion

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Oliver Scharbrodt, ‘Spatial Methodology’ in Religion and Belief Research: The Examples of a
Study of a Twelver Shii Muslim Networks in Britain
Lucy Vickers, Law and Religion: A Survey of Cases in the UK and What They Reveal
Lori G. Beaman, Reading Religion Through the Lessons of Legal Decisions and Reactions to
Them
Mark G. Brett, Religious Dimensions of Postcolonial Policy in Australia
Beth R. Crisp, Re-imaging the Place of Religion in the Workplace: The Example of Australian
Social Work
Annette Leis-Peters, Religious Literacy in Welfare and Civil Society: A Nordic Perspective
Christopher Baker, Policy Futures for Religion and Belief

WILLIAM N. ESKRIDGE, JR. & ROBIN FRETWELL WILSON, EDS., RELIGIOUS LIBERTY, LGBT
RIGHTS, AND THE PROSPECTS FOR COMMON GROUND (2018)
William N. Eskridge, Jr. & Robin Fretwell Wilson, Prospects for Common Ground:
Introduction
Alan Brownstein, Choosing among Nonnegotiated Surrender, Negotiated Protection of Liberty
and Equality, or Learning and Earning Empathy
Douglas Laycock, Liberty and Justice for All
Shannon Price Minter, Belief and Belonging: Reconciling Legal Protections for Religious
Liberty and LGBT Youth
Dennis P. Hollinger, Religious Freedom, Civil Rights, and Sexuality: A Christian Ethics
Perspective
Douglas NeJaime & Reva B. Siegel, Religious Accommodation, and Its Limits, in a Pluralist
Society
Ron Krotoszynski, “The Devil Is in the Details”: On the Central Importance of Distinguishing
the Truly Public from the Truly Private in Reconciling Equality and Religious Liberty
Kent Greenawalt, Mutual Tolerance and Sensible Exemptions
Andrew Koppelman, The Joys of Mutual Contempt
Sister Jeannine Gramick, From Conflict to Coexistence: The Catholic Response to the LGBT
Community
Michael A. Helfand, Implied-Consent Religious Institutionalism: Applications and Limits
Leith Anderson, Christian Identity and Religious Liberty

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Archbishop William E. Lori, The “Demands” of Faith
Elder Von G. Keetch, Toward Collaboration: A Perspective from the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-Day Saints
Intisar A. Rabb, Conscience Claims in Islamic Law: A Case Study
Jason R. Moyer, Should an Amish Baker Sell a Cake for a Same-Sex Wedding? A Letter on
Toleration of LGBT Rights from Anabaptists to Evangelicals
Linda C. McClain, The Rhetoric of Bigotry and Conscience in Battles over “Religious Liberty
v. LGBT Rights” Steven D. Smith, Against “Civil Rights” Simplism: How Not to
Accommodate Competing Legal Commitments
Louise Melling, Heterosexuals Only: Signs of the Times?
Michael J. Perry, Conscience v. Access and the Morality of Human Rights, with Particular
Reference to Same-Sex Marriage
Marc O. DeGirolami, On the Uses of Anti-Christian Identity Politics
William N. Eskridge, Jr., Marriage Equality, Traditionalist Churches, and Tax Exemptions
K. Hollyn Hollman, Why Money Matters: LGBT Rights and Religious Freedom
Thomas C. Berg, Freedom to Serve: Religious Organizational Freedom, LGBT Rights, and
the Common Good
Shirley V. Hoogstra, Shapri D. LoMaglio, & Brad Crofford, Two Paths: Finding a Way
Forward at Covenantal Universities
B. Jessie Hill, God and Man and Religious Exemptions in the Modern University
Ryan T. Anderson, Challenges to True Fairness for All: How SOGI Laws Are Unlike Civil
Liberties and Other Nondiscrimination Laws and How to Craft Better Policy and Get
Nondiscrimination Laws Right
Michael W. McConnell, Dressmakers, Bakers, and the Equality of Rights
Jennifer C. Pizer, It’s Not About the Cake: Against “Altaring” the Public Marketplace
Robin Fretwell Wilson, Bathrooms and Bakers: How Sharing the Public Square Is the Key to
a Truce in the Culture Wars
Sarah Warbelow, Sound Nondiscrimination Models and the Need to Protect LGBTQ People
in Federal Law
J. Stuart Adams, Cultivating Common Ground: Lessons from Utah for Living with Our
Differences
Governor Michael Leavitt, Shared Spaces and Brave Gambles
David N. Saperstein, Afterword

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Robin Fretwell Wilson, Appendix of Laws

MARIE A. FAILINGER & RONALD W. DUTY, EDS., LUTHERAN THEOLOGY AND SECULAR LAW: THE
WORK OF THE MODERN STATE (2018)
Stefan Heuser, The Contribution of Law to the Secularization of Politics: Impulses from Luther’s
Doctrine of the Two Regimes
Carl-Henric Grenholm, Legal Positivism in Luthern Ethics
Paul R. Hinlicky, Antinomianism – The “Lutheran” Heresy
Michael Reid Trice, Luther and Machiavelli: The Human Subject, Religion, and the State
Craig L. Nessan, Luther’s Two Strategies and Political Advocacy: Law, Righteousness, Reason,
Will, and Works in Their Civil Use
H. David Baer, A Case for Toleration: Religious Exemptions, Conscientious Objection, and the
Public Good
Ted Peters, Liberation, Law, and Proleptic Dignity
Kelly Denton-Borhaug, U.S. War Culture, The Post-9/11 “Unlawful Alien Combatant,” and
“Peace in God’s World”
Mary Jane Haemig, Economic Justice and the Seventh Commandment: Reformation-Era
Insights
Ronald W. Duty, The Doctrine of Discovery in American Indian Law: A Lutheran Theological
Critique
Mary J. Streufert, For the Woman Who Yelled “Fire!” in my Backyard: Rape Law and the
Lutheran Theology
Marie A. Failinger & Patrick R. Keifert, Re-creating the Law of the Family: A Lutheran
Perspective
Deanna A. Thompson, Professional Responsibility, Informed Consent and Neighbor Love in
Cancer Trials: Theological, Ethical, and Legal Dimensions
W. Bradley Wendel, Role Morality, Dirty Hands, and the Theology of Vocation

JESSICA GILES & FRANK S. RAVITCH, EDS., LAW, RELIGION, AND TRADITION (2018)
Luca Pietro Vanoni & Giada Ragone, From the Secularisation Theory to the Pluralistic
Approach: Reconciling Religious Traditions and Modernity in Italian Case-Law
Muhammad Ahsan Qureshi, The Blasphemy Laws of Pakistan: Experimenting with History
and Tradition

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Marziyeh Bakshizadeh, An Analysis of Possibility of Fulfilling Gender Equality Within the
Legal System of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI)
Frank S. Ravitch, Tradition’s Edge: Interactions Between Religious Tradition and Sexual
Freedom
Ryszard Bobrowicz, The Inverted Relationship: Constitutive Theory of Law and the
Enforcement of Orthodoxy in Book XVI of the Theodosian Code
Hugh McFaul, Freedom of Religion and the Invention of Tradition,
Zachary R. Calo, Law and Religion in a Detraditionalized Europe
Jessica Giles, Tradition as a Peacebuilding Tool

MARK HILL & RICHARD H. HELMHOLZ, EDS., GREAT CHRISTIAN JURISTS IN ENGLISH HISTORY
(2017)
Nicholas Vincent, Henry of Bratton
R. H. Helmholz, William Lyndwood
Ian Williams, Christopher St. German: Religion, Conscience and Law in Reformation England
David Chan Smith, Sir Edward Coke: Faith, Law and the Search for Stability in Reformation
England
Norman Doe, Richard Hooker: Priest and Jurist
Harold J. Berman & John Witte, Jr., The Integrative Christian Jurisprudence of John Selden
David S. Sytsma, Matthew Hale as Theologian and Natural Law Theorist
Norman S. Poser, Lord Mansfield: The Reasonableness of Religion
Wilfrid Prest, William Blackstone’s Anglicanism
James Oldham, Lord Kenyon: Preaching from the Bench
Stephen M. Waddams, Stephen Lushington: A Civilian in the Last years of Doctors’ Commons
Charlotte Smith, Roundell Palmer, Earl of Selborne
Russell Sandberg, F.W. Maitland
Andrew Phang, A Passion for Justice: Lord Denning, Christianity and the Law

JAVIER MARTINEZ-TORRON & RAFAEL DOMINGO, EDS., GREAT CHRISTIAN JURISTS IN SPANISH
HISTORY (2018)
Philip L. Reynolds, Isidore of Seville

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Jose Miguel Viejo-Ximenez, Raymond of Penyafort
Joseph. F. O’Callaghan, Alfonso X
Andreas Wagner, Francisco de Vitoria
Kenneth Pennington, Bartolome de Las Casas
Wim Decock, Martin de Azpilcueta
Benjamin Hill, Domingo de Soto
Salvador Rus Rufino, Fernando Vazquez de Menchaca
R.H. Helmholz, Diego de Covarrubias y Leyva
Kirk R. MacGregor, Luis de Molina
Henrik Lagerlund, Francisco Suarez
Rafael Domingo, Tomas Sanchez
M.C. Mirow, Juan Solorzano Pereira
Jan-Henrik Witthaus, Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos
Aniceto Masferrer, Francisco Martinez Marina
Jose Maria Beneyto, Juan Donoso Cortes, Marquis of Valdegamas
Paloma Duran y Lalaguna, Concepcion Arenal
Carlos Petit, Manuel Alonso Martinez
Rafael Domingo, Alvara d’Ors

ANGUS J.L. MENUGE, ED., RELIGIOUS LIBERTY AND THE LAW: THEISTIC AND NON-THEISTIC
PERSPECTIVES (2017)
Paul Copan, The Biblical Worldview Context for Religious Liberty
Laura Kittel, Thomas Jefferson and the Pursuit of Happiness: Rethinking What the Right Means
for Us Today
Hendrick Kaptien, How to Make Room for God – in Man: Tracing Epictetus’ Totality of
Religious Freedom
Dallas K. Miller, The Right to Religious Freedom: A Judicial Approach
Angus J. L. Menuge, The Secular State’s Interest in Religious Liberty
Dwight Newman, The Challenging Parallelism of Rights Claims Based on Religious Identity
and on Sexual Identity

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John Calvert, Religious Rights of Parents and Students in US K-12 Public Education
Veto Breda, Over the Secular Ridge of Human Wants: The Constitutional Legitimacy of Secular-
State Funding of Chaplaincy Programs in Australia
Paul Cliteur, Modern Hostage-Taking: A Serious Problem for Religious Liberty Today
Thom Wolf, Religious Non-Freedom Traditions and the Lack of Universal Education in the
Indian Social System: A WV3 Case Study of Jotirao Phule
Katya Kozicki & William Soares Pugliese, Religious Liberty in Brazil: Piecing the Puzzle
Together Through Contemporaneous Decisions

HAAKAN RYDVING & STEFAN OLSSON , EDS., RELIGION, LAW, AND JUSTICE: SEVEN ESSAYS (2018)
Kristin Joachimsen, The Symbolic Function of the Law in Ezra 9-10
Anne Ingvild Saelid Gilhus, How Things Make Monks: Objects and Artifacts in the Pachomian
Rules
Gina Dahl, God, King, and Church: The King as Divinely Elected in Norwegian Law and
Rhetoric From the Early Modern Period to the Late Nineteenth Century
Ulrika Martensson, Semiotics and Pragmatism in the Muslim Brotherhood
Rania Maktabi, Family Law, Female Citizenship and State Formation in Arab States
Marie von der Lippe, The Rights to be Exempted: A Discussion of the Relationship Between
Religion, Law, and Education in Norwegian Public Schools
Stefan Olsson, Religion and Law

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ROBIN FRETWELL WILSON, ED., THE CONTESTED PLACE OF RELIGION IN FAMILY LAW (2018)

Senator Orrin Hatch, Foreword

Robin Fretwell Wilson, Introduction

Elizabeth Sepper, The Risky Business of RFRAs After Hobby Lobby

Michael A. Helfand, Religion and the Family in the Wake of Hobby Lobby

Michele Goodwin, Religious Exceptionalism and Religiously Motivated Harm

Mark L. Rienzi, Contraceptive Access and Religious Liberty: Can We Afford to Protect Both?

Gregory M. Lipper, The Contraceptive Coverage Cases and the Problem of Politicized Free
Exercise Lawsuits

Michael A. Helfand, The Substantial Burden Question: Secular Tools for Secular Courts

Eric Rassbach, Coming Soon to a Court Near You: Male Circumcision in Religious Families
in Europe and the United States

James G. Dwyer, The Easiest Accommodation: Abandoning Other People’s Children to Their
Parents’ Religious Views at 193

Brian H. Bix, Marriage Agreements and Religious Family Life

Margaret F. Brinig, Religious Parents Who Divorce

Merle H. Weiner, Regulating the Relationship Between Parents: Moving Beyond Marriage
and Custody Law

Paul A. Offit, Bad Faith: When Religious Beliefs Imperil Children

Robin Fretwell Wilson & Shaakirrah Sanders, By Faith Alone: When Religious Beliefs and
Child Welfare Collide

Kari E. Hong, After Obergefell: Locating the Contemporary State Interest in Marriage

Robin Bradley Kar, Transformational Marriage: The Religious Case for Same-Sex Marriage

Robin Fretwell Wilson, Divorcing Marriage and the State Post-Obergefell

John Witte, Jr., Why No Polygamy

Maura Irene Strassberg, Scrutinizing Polygamy Under Religious Freedom Restoration Acts

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Richard L. Kaplan, Religion and Advance Medical Directives: Formulation and Enforcement
Implications

Naomi Cahn & Amy Ziettlow, Personal Religious Identity at the End of Life

J. Stuart Adams, Taking Colliding Trains Off a Collision Path: Lessons from the Utah
Compromise for Civil Society

Anthony Michael Kreis, Family Law and Civil Rights Movements: Examining the Influence
of Courts and Legislatures on Racial and Sexual Orientation Equality

William N. Eskridge, Jr., Latter-Day Constitutionalism: Sexuality, Gender, and Mormons

Patrick N. Parkinson, The Future of Marriage in Secular Societies

Arianne Renan Barzilay & Karin Carmit Yefet, A Tale of Fragmentation and
Intertwinement: The Sacred and the Secular Systems for Forming and Dissolving Marriages in
Israel

Asma T. Uddin, Religious Modesty for Women and Girls: A Comparative Analysis of Legal
Protections in France and the United States

JOHN WITTE, JR., & AMY WHEELER, EDS., THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION OF THE CHURCH
AND THE WORLD (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2018)

Martin E. Marty, Introduction: The Protestant (Re-)Reformations of the Church and the
World
Mark A. Noll, The Gift of Sola Scriptura to the World

David F. Ford, Luther and the Gospel of John: A Wisdom of Surprise for Our Time

Jeremy Begbie, An Awkward Witness in a Worded World: Music and the Reformation

Michael Welker, The European Reformation: Advocacy of Education and Liberation

John Witte, Jr., Faith in the Law: The Legal and Political Legacy of the Protestant
Reformation

Carter Lindberg, “There Will Be No Poor Among You”: The Reformation of Charity and
Social Welfare

Wolfgang Huber, Worldly Worship: The Reformation and Economic Ethics

Jonathan L. Walton, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Consumerism

Graham Tomlin, The Reformation and the Future of Europe

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Margot Kassmann, The Challenges of Sixteenth-Century Europe and Our Global Challenges
Today

Wesley Granberg-Michaelson, Postscript: The Need for “Reformed Repentance”

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