When Religious and Secular Interests Collide: Faith, Law, and the Religious Exemption Debate

by
Scott A. Merriman Sr.author

Scott A. Merriman is a lecturer in history at Troy University. He has authored or edited more than a dozen books, including ABC-CLIO's Religion and the Law in America: An Encyclopedia of Personal Belief and Public Policy.

When Religious and Secular Interests Collide: Faith, Law, and the Religious Exemption Debate

20170930

Praeger

Pages 216
Topics Current Events and Issues
  • eBook

    9781440847080

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When Religious and Secular Interests Collide: Faith, Law, and the Religious Exemption Debate

Author(s): Merriman, Scott;
Contributors: Merriman, Scott;
Abstract:

This book examines the countervailing arguments in the religious exemption debate and explains why this issue continues to be so heated and controversial in modern-day America.


• Provides up-to-date coverage that highlights the full history of religious exemption cases from the 19th through 21st centuries

• Presents a detailed analysis of the Hobby Lobby case that stemmed from a corporation's response to portions of the Affordable Care Act, an ongoing topic of both scholarly and public debate

• Highly valuable to any classroom, public library, or academic library as well as to anyone interested in the interplay between religion and the law in the United States

SortTitle: when religious and secular interests collide: faith, law, and the religious exemption debate
Keyword(s): Current Events and Issues
Author Info:
Scott A. Merriman Sr.author

Scott A. Merriman is a lecturer in history at Troy University. He has authored or edited more than a dozen books, including ABC-CLIO's Religion and the Law in America: An Encyclopedia of Personal Belief and Public Policy.

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Print ISBN-13: 9781440847073
Imprint: Praeger
Pages: 216
Publication Date: 20170930