The Economist magazine has launched a new blog on religion and public policy, “Erasmus,” named for the Renaissance Dutch humanist who tried to chart a middle course between scholastic Catholicism and the Protestant Reformation. “Hard clogs to fill,” as the first post admits, but Erasmus looks like a very welcome contribution to the blogosphere. We look forward to reading it.
- Reilly et al., eds., “Religion, Gender, and the Public Sphere”
- Kaskowitz, “God Bless America”
- Mackil, “Creating a Common Polity”
- Two New Books on Pentecostalism
- Lombardi on Islamic Constitutions
- Certiorari Granted in Legislative Prayer Case
- The Top Five New Law & Religion Papers on SSRN
- Good-Bye to All That?
- Targeting, Unequal Application, and Free Exercise
- Panel on Islamic Law and the Arab Spring (June 4)