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Virtually every significant Supreme Court decision concerning religious freedom and separation of church and state is presented here. Toward Benevolent Neutrality : Church, State, and the Supreme Court. by Robert Thomas Miller.
Toward Benevolent Neutrality: Church, State, and the Supreme Court. By Robert T. Miller and Ronald B. Flowers. Waco, Tex: Baylor University Press, 1982.
Toward benevolent neutrality. church, state, and the Supreme Court. Rev ed. Published 1982 by Markham Press Fund in Waco, Tex. Cases, Church and state, Freedom of religion.
Author: Robert Thomas Miller.
Robert T. Miller, American political science educator. In this two volume set, Toward Benevolent Neutrality presents the text of virtually every significant Supreme Court decision concerning religious freedom and separation of church and state. Member of American Association of University Professors, Southwestern Social Science Association, Southern Political Science Association, American Political Science Association, Omicron Delta Kappa.
Church, State, and the Supreme Court. Also included are essays interpreting the historical background and legal issues involved in each case, beginning with the principal events leading to the adoption of the First Amendment.
For Jefferson, separation of church and state was a necessary reform of the .
For Jefferson, separation of church and state was a necessary reform of the religious tyranny whereby a religion received state endorsement, and those not of that religion were denied rights, and even punished. Following the Revolution, Jefferson played a leading role in the disestablishment of religion in Virginia. Jefferson's phrase has been cited several times by the Supreme Court in its interpretation of the Establishment Clause, including in cases such as Reynolds v. United States (1878), Everson v. Board of Education (1947), and McCollum v. Board of Education (1948).