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Four Categories of Religious Liberty Law

Neil Gorsuch, the Supreme Court, and Religious Freedom: This essay (in support of the Gorsuch nomination to the Supreme Court) provides an inventory of legal issues related to religious liberty that can help students organize this complex topic. “In the United States, the law of religious freedom and church-state relations can be imperfectly, but still usefully, divided into four categories. Religious liberty is not special pleading, and it is not a luxury good. It is foundational to our constitutional order and democratic aspirations.”
See also the essays in the Symposium on Religious Liberty and Christian Higher Education.

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