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by Robert L. Cord

eBook Separation of Church and State: Historical Fact and Current Fiction epub
  • ISBN: 0801025311
  • Author: Robert L. Cord
  • Genre: Religion
  • Subcategory: Religious Studies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Baker Pub Group (September 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 315 pages
  • ePUB size: 1635 kb
  • FB2 size 1986 kb
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Cord documents important, little know facts about church and state relations in early America.

Cord documents important, little know facts about church and state relations in early America.

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book by Robert L. Cord. Covers legal, political, and historical trends of the varied Church/State relationships in the . Easy to read and well documented. I did my honors thesis on Church/State relationships, and I wish I had read this first. Classic Book strikes a Cord. Cord documents important, little know facts about church and state relations in early America.

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Facts, Fictions, and Future Challenges. John Witte, Jr. 1. Abstract The Article traces the historical roots and routes of the. principle of separation of church and state i. . Abstract. Responding to several new histories of church and state in America, this Article. warns against the emerging view that separation of church and state is a distinctly. American and relatively modern invention that has been used principally to harm. religion and religious freedom. The Article traces the historical roots and routes of the. principle of separation of church and state in biblical, patristic, Catholic, Protestant, and. Enlightenment sources. It then shows how the eighteenth-century American founders.

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Robert Cord is Professor of Political Science at Northeastern University and noted scholar of the First Amendment of United States' . It is this first article of the Bill of Rights and its subsequent interpretation that Cord treats in his book.

Robert Cord is Professor of Political Science at Northeastern University and noted scholar of the First Amendment of United States' Constitution. The amendment states: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech or the press ; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances" (page 302).

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Comments: (5)
Gorisar
The case is made and demonstrated that the Big Lie technique learned from Germany worked well enough in America when applied by FDR's appointments. Very little is what folks ought to think about the scholarship of the Court-they are basically hacks. Their weakness is not, pehaps, in their knowledge of the law but in the application of scholarship outside the law which they bring in for the purposes of imposing their own views on what the law should be. Problem is, each science has its own methods and its own uncertainties which mere lawyers are unaware of. So, History, in the case of Everson, was mis used to create a giant lie for the Masonic view the Court imposed in that case. Brown v Board of Education stooped into sociology to create another whopper. R v W was a legal stupidity. We might be better off passing a law forbidding judges to don robes-they all seem to think that by putting on a robe they become Moses.
Qwne
Robert L Cord relates a cogent history of America's religious tradition, demonstrating how current "establishment clause" jurisprudence would be unrecognizible to our Founders. Cord documents important, little know facts about church and state relations in early America. From Jefferson petitioning Congress for appropriations for Catholic priests to "convert the Indians," to Massachusetts having an established church until 1833, forty-four years after the ratification of the First Amendment,Cord, in an informative and enjoyable manner, proves conclusively that Christian principles and Civil government have always existed concomitantly in American life.
Hellstaff
Covers legal, political, and historical trends of the varied Church/State relationships in the U.S. Easy to read and well documented. I did my honors thesis on Church/State relationships, and I wish I had read this first. It has an intelligent analysis that does not merely assume the modern conception and argue it, but considers many sides of the issues. A must for people who want to think these issues through.
Broadraven
A little known book that calmly debunks the myth that the Constitution and the Founders back the radical Separation of Church and State advocated since the mid-20th Century. Both scholarly yet very readable.
Kulabandis
This book, like most in this area, has a severe bias. This book's bias is towards the Christian Right's perspective, that Jefferson et al. were strong Christians. Unfortunately, just a little bit of digging will uncover the disinformation contained in the text.
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