religion and law
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A 2017 course by Guy Grimes at Gateway Seminary "designed to teach students the process of ethical and legal decision making in the practice of Christian counseling."
A 2013 course by Judge James Menno at Boston College explores the "relationship between man-made law created by the courts and the legislature and moral and religious value."
A 2012 course by Kenneth Lasson at the University of Baltimore "examines the history and development of the religion clauses of the First Amendment, as well as the relevant jurisprudence."
A 2013 course by John Farina at George Mason University "on the legal doctrines that have arisen in cases under the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses of the First Amendment."
A 2011 course by Paul Horwitz at the University of Alabama School of Law "focuses on the relationship between law and religion, under the United States Constitution and beyond."
A 2011 course by Leslie Griffin at the University of Houston Law Center on issues in American law and religion.
A 2002 course by Winnifred Sullivan at the University of Chicago examines religion, law, and their "intersection" from pre-modern through modern societies.