Item description for That Godless Court?: Supreme Court Decisions on Church-State Relationships by R. Barri Flowers...
Overview The "religious clause" of the First Amendment, seemingly simple and clear, has been and continues to be controversial in its application. In this book, Flowers explains the Court's thinking, clarifying for readers the decisions that have been built on or that have altered previous positions.
Publishers Description Examines the relationship between religion and government reflected in Supreme Court decisions, and argues for the nurturing of religious freedom.
Citations And Professional Reviews That Godless Court?: Supreme Court Decisions on Church-State Relationships by R. Barri Flowers has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Choice - 06/01/2006 page 1756
Booklist - 11/01/1994 page 463
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Studio: Westminster John Knox Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.7" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Nov 19, 1994
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 0664255620 ISBN13 9780664255626
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More About R. Barri Flowers
Ronald B. Flowers (Ph.D. University of Iowa) is John F. Weatherly Emeritus Professor of Religion at Texas Christian University. Flowers is the author of "That Godless Court: Supreme Court Decisions on Church-State Relationships" (2005).
Melissa Rogers (J.D. University of Pennsylvania School of Law) is Visiting Professor of Religion and Public Policy and Director, Center for Religion and Public Affairs, at Wake Forest University Divinity School.
Steven K. Green (J.D. University of Texas, Ph.D. University of North Carolina) is Professor of Law and Director, Center for Religion, Law and Democracy, Willamette University.
R. Barri Flowers currently resides in Beaverton, in the state of Oregon. R. Barri Flowers has an academic affiliation as follows - Tigard, Oregon, USA.