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(2011)
  • Kevin P. Lee, Campbell University School of Law
Abstract

Campbell Law Review Symposium - Liberalism, Constitutionalism, and Christianity: Perspectives on the Influence of Christianity on Classical Liberal Legal Thought

Speakers included:

John Breen, Professor of Law, Loyola University of Chicago. “Religion and the Purification of Reason: Why the Liberal State Requires More than Simple Tolerance.”

Barry A. Shain, Professor of Political Science, Colgate University. “Liberalism: A Religious-Dependent Faith.”

John Inazu, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science, University of Washington, School of Law. “Between Liberalism and Theocracy.”

Bruce Frohnen, Associate Professor of Law, Ohio Northern University, “Is Constitutionalism Liberal?”

Michael Scaperlanda, Professor of Law, Gene and Elaine Edwards Chair in Law. University of Oklahoma School of Law, “Secular not Secularist America.”

C. Scott Pryor, Professor, Regents School of Law. “Looking for Bedrock: Accounting for Human Rights in Classical Liberalism, Constitutionalism, and the Christian Tradition.”

Anthony Baker, Professor. Atlanta’s John Marshall School of Law. “Causing the Blood to Flow Where I Touched Him,” Liberalism, Constitutionalism, Christianity and the War at Covey Farm.”

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Publication Date
March, 2011
Citation Information
Kevin P. Lee, Organizer, Campbell Law Review Symposium - Liberalism, Constitutionalism, and Christianity: Perspectives on the Influence of Christianity on Classical Liberal Legal Thought (2011).