Introduction /Robert F. Cochran, Jr. pt. 1. Augustinian framework: the City of God and the City of Man. Augustine.Augustine and law /Elizabeth Mensch pt. 2. Reformation faiths. Calvinists.Neo-Calvinism and science: a Christian perspective on post-Daubert law/science relations /David S. Caudill Lutherans.Lutheran perspective on legal ethics /Robert W. Tuttle Anabaptists.Anabaptist law schools /Thomas L. Shaffer, in conversation with John Howard Yoder Baptists.Toleration and dogmatism: the contribution of Baptists to law /Timothy L. Hall pt. 3. Home-grown American faiths. Evangelicals.Evangelicals, law, and abortion /Robert F. Cochran, Jr. African-American churches."Go down, Moses!": law through the eyes of the African-American religious tradition /Anthony V. Baker Churches of Christ.Reason, freedom, and apocalyptic vision: Churches of Christ and the practice and teaching of law /Thomas G. Bost Latter-Day Saints.Footings of Mormon conceptions of law: vantage points for understanding constitutional law and the law of religious freedom /W. Cole Durham, Jr., Michael K. Young, and Brett G. Scharffs pt. 4. Catholicism. Catholic natural law.Sovereign states? The state of the question from a Catholic perspective /Patrick McKinley Brennan Catholic social thought.Catholic social thought and immigration /José Roberto Juárez, Jr. pt. 5. Judaism. Orthodox Jews.Self-incrimination in Jewish law, with application to the American legal system /Samuel L. Levine Reform Jews.Reform Judaism, Bʼtzelem Ehlohim, and gay rights /Ellen P. Aprill pt. 6. New immigrant faiths. Hindus.Hindu perspective on euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide /Kisor K. Chakrabarti Buddhists.Interdependence and victim compensation: views from Buddhist Tibet and post-9/11 United States /Rebecca R. French Muslims.Enhancing democracy, respecting religion: a dialogue on Islamic values and freedom of speech /Anver M. Emon.
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