- “How To Be An Anti-Intelligent Design Advocate,” University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy 4.1 (2009-2010): 35-65.
- “Must Theology Sit in the Back of Secular Bus?: The Federal Courts’ View of Religion and Its Status as Knowledge.” Journal of Law & Religion 24.2 (2008-209): 547-568
- “The Courts, Natural Rights, and Religious Claims as Knowledge.” Santa Clara Law Review 49.2 (2009): 429-458.
- "Bioethics, the Christian Citizen, and the Pluralist Game." Christian Bioethics 13 (May 2007): 159-170.
- "The Court of Disbelief: The Constitution's Article VI Religious Test Prohibition and the Judiciary's Religious Motive Analysis." Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 33.2&3 (Winter and Spring 2006): 337-360.
- "Taking Theology Seriously: The Status of the Religious Beliefs of Judicial Nominees for the Federal Bench." Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 20.1 (2006): 455-471.
- "Gimme That Ol' Time Separation: A Review Essay." Chapman Law Review 8.1 (2005): 309-27.
- "Thomson's `Equal Reasonableness' Argument for Abortion Rights: A Critique." American Journal of Jurisprudence 49.1 (2004): 185-198
- "Law, Religion, and the Metaphysics of Abortion: A Reply to Simmons." Journal of Church and State 43.1 (Winter 2001): 19-33
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Religion, Politics, and the Public Square
Over the years I've published several academic articles dealing with the separation of church and state and the status of theology as knowledge. I bring this to your attention because of the increasing attention on the religious beliefs of those running for the U. S. Presidency. Here are some of my articles with links: