Brutalism Is in the Eye of the Beholder: A Congregation Sues D.C. for Making Its Church Building a Historic Landmark
Ten Years of Promoting Religious Freedom Through U.S. Foreign Policy
On Ceremonial Occasions, May the Government Invoke a Deity?
The Blaine Game: Controversy Over the Blaine Amendments and Public Funding of Religion
Stem Cell Research at the Crossroads of Religion and Politics
Accommodating Faith in the Military
Hein, One Year Later: The Future of Church-State Litigation
Courts Will Decide Church Property Disputes
In Brief: Hein v. Freedom From Religion Foundation
U.S. Religious Landscape Survey: Religious Beliefs and Practices
A major survey confirms the close link between Americans’ religious affiliation, beliefs and practices, on the one hand, and their social and political attitudes, on the other. The social and political fault lines in American society run through, as well as alongside, religious traditions.