Table of contents for Religion on trial : a handbook with cases, laws, and documents / James John Jurinski.


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Contents
Series Foreword, 00
Preface and Acknowledgments, 00
PART 1
1	Introduction
		The First Amendment
		The Wall of Separation
		Areas of Legal Conflict
		The U.S. Legal System
2	Historical Background
		The Christian Church in Europe
		The Reformation
		The Colonial Experience
		The Constitution
		The Nineteenth Century
		Post-Civil War Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
The Twentieth Century
		Social Issues
		Medical Issues
		Religion in Public Schools
		Teaching Evolution
		Equal Access
		Aid to Parochial and Religious Schools
		Entanglements
		Conclusion
3	Cases
		Minersville School District v. Gobitis
		The Antievolution Statute Cases
		Lynch v. Donnelly
		Engel v. Vitale (The "Regents School Prayer Case")
		Application of the President and Directors of Georgetown College (1964)
		Employment Division v. Smith
4	Legacy and Impact
		The Pledge Cases
		The Antievolution Statute Cases
		Lynch v. Donnelly
		Schools and Religion
		In Application of the President and Directors of Georgetown College (1964)
		Norwood Hospital v. Munoz (1991)
PART 2
	Chronology
	Documents
		Historical Documents
		Proposed Constitutional Amendments
	Key People, Laws, and Concepts
	Appendix: Supreme Court Justices since 1900
	Table of Cases
	Bibliography
		Internet Resources
		Audiotapes
Index, 000
About the Author, 000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Church and state United States, Freedom of religion United States, Church and state United States Cases, Freedom of religion United States Cases