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While I deeply regreat a law & religion course was not available when I was a law student, in more recent years, understanding the two disciplines connectedness has become more and more important. Equally as important, from an Establishment Clause perspective, students and/or practicioners of either discipline and lay citizens alike must understand where and when they should not connect in American society. As a seminarian I have used and continue to use this coursebook in developing the foucus of my Master of Divinity thesis. It is an excellent reference and substantive resource for anyone interested in understanding the connection between law and religion and the prohibitions placed on them, too. I highly recommend it.
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