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provides contributions that describe the Church-State systems that are in force in different countries of the world

Newsletter N° 2 - 2017

EDITORIAL

LIVING TOGETHER IN DIVERSITY: STRATEGIES FROM LAW AND RELIGION
Observing rapid transformations in Indian society, the Scottish writer William Dalrymple asks:

“What does it actually mean to be a holy man or a Jain nun, a mystic or a tantric seeking salvation on the roads of modern India, as the Tata trucks thunder ...

TWO LAW AND RELIGION PANELS AT THE EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION - (Bologna, 5-7 March 2018)

ICLARS PANEL
The Future of Freedom of Religion: International Perspectives

Religious liberty has found expression in various ways over time and across continents. It is now seen as an essential component of the inali...


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Islamic Law. Cases, Authorities and Worldview

Social Compass

Center for Law and Religion


ACLARS African Consortium for Law and Religion Studies


Church Law Society - Prague


Introducing undergraduate students to Islamic law, this accessible textbook does not presume legal or technical knowledge.

Social Compass is a fully peer reviewed international journal that publishes original research and review articles on the sociology of religion.


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