Church state and the crisis in american secularism bruce ledewitz indiana university press bloomington indianapolis contents o preface xi o acknowledgments xv o introduction xvii o part 1 the establishment clause crisis 1 1 what we say the supreme courts promise of government neutrality toward religion 3 2 what we do the failure of the supreme court to redeem the promise of . What is needed to resolve these crises is a vision of the establishment clause that the american people can accept one that honors religion while recognizing americas religious pluralism in church state and the crisis of american secularism law professor and secularist bruce ledewitz offers that vision. Yeshiva student turned secularist bruce ledewitz seeks common ground for believers and nonbelievers regarding the law of church and state he argues that allowing government to promote higher law values through the use of religious imagery would resolve the current impasse in the interpretation of the establishment clause it would offer secularism an escape from its current tendency toward . Why only the people and not history can resolve the establishment clause crisis proposals that have failed to resolve the establishment clause crisis the establishment of higher law using religious symbols to establish higher law applying higher law in church state issues the failure of secularism under the new atheism
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