The impossibility of religious freedom is an astonishing book winnifred sullivan once again demonstrates her flair for extracting a big lesson from a seemingly small event in this book a controversy over the allowable style of grave markers in a public cemetery in boca raton florida. The impossibility of religious freedom will generate important conversations not only in church state circles but among any student and scholar interested in religion and public life in postmodernity michael d mcnally religious studies review. The ssrc is an independent international nonprofit organization it fosters innovative research nurtures new generations of social scientists deepens how inquiry is practiced within and across disciplines and mobilizes necessary knowledge on important public issues. The impossibility of religious freedom is not obvious nor is the advocacy of such a position popular a commitment to religious freedom is a taken for granted part of modern political identity in much of the world. The constitution may guarantee it but religious freedom in america is in fact impossible so argues this timely and iconoclastic work by law and religion scholar winnifred sullivan sullivan uses as the backdrop for the book the trial of warner vs boca raton a recent case concerning the laws that protect the free exercise of religion in america
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