Table of contents for Under God? : religious faith and liberal democracy / Michael J. Perry.


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Part I. Mainly for the Agnostics and the Exclusionists: 1. What does the Establishment Clause forbid? Reflections on the constitutionality of school vouchers
2. Why political reliance on religiously grounded morality does not violate the establishment clause
3. Why political reliance on religiously grounded morality is not illegitimate in a liberal democracy
Part II. Mainly for the Agnostics and the Inclusionists, Especially Inclusionists Who are Religious Believers: 4. Christians, the Bible, and same-sex unions: an argument for political self-restraint
5. Catholics, the Magisterium, and same-sex unions: an argument for independent judgment. 6. Religion, politics, and abortion.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Religion and politics United States, Church and state United States, United States Religion