Christianity in Nineteenth Century American LawFaculty Publications and Presentations
AbstractThe religious underpinnings of American political and legal institutions have been duly noted by legal scholars, historians, judges, politicians, and clergymen alike. Church polities provided models not only for colonial civil governments but also for the present constitutional system.
Citation InformationSteven Alan Samson. "Christianity in Nineteenth Century American Law" (1991)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/steven_samson/9/