Prof. Carl H. Esbeck

Federal Contracting and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Subject of Blog Post by Prof. Esbeck

July 24th, 2014

An executive order signed by President Obama has generated debate among academics concerning federal contracting and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Prof. Carl Esbeck’s contribution to the controversy is found at this blog http://berkleycenter.georgetown.edu/rfp/blog/non-discrimination-executive-order-and-religious-freedom/responses/differences-real-and-rhetorical.

“Freedom of the Church:” Prof. Esbeck Writes Blog Post for Georgetown’s Berkley Center for Religion & World Affairs

June 11th, 2014

“Freedom of the Church” is the title of Prof. Carl H. Esbeck’s guest blog, posted by the Berkley Center for Religion & World Affairs at Georgetown University. Prof. Esbeck’s subject is the decision of the U.S. Supreme

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Prayer Decision by Supreme Court Does More Harm Than Good, Says Mizzou Law Professor

May 9th, 2014

Writing in Christianity Today, Prof. Carl Esbeck says why last Monday’s prayer decision by the U.S. Supreme Court will do more harm than good—but not for the reasons stated by the four dissenters.

Religious Conscience and the Contraception Mandate: Prof. Esbeck Addresses Memphis Law School

April 9th, 2014

“Religious Conscience and the Health Care Contraception Mandate” was the topic of Prof. Carl Esbeck’s address at the SBA Spring Endowed Lecture at the University of Memphis School of Law. Esbeck’s lecture and follow-up workshop on March

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Historical Introduction to Law and Religion in the West Includes Chapter by Prof. Esbeck

October 23rd, 2013

Prof. Carl H. Esbeck recently published a chapter in an anthology on law and religion in a multi-volume collection, Historical Introduction to Law and Religion in the West. The anthology is issued by Ashgate Publishing Ltd. in

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