Tag:Religion

Removal of Ichthus Subject of Comment by Professor Esbeck

December 4th, 2014

Professor Carl Esbeck was recently quoted in an article from the Columbia Daily Tribune about the controversy over a Gulf War veterans memorial located on the Boone County (Mo.) Courthouse plaza. An ichthus, a Christian symbol, was

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Professor Strong Publishes New Works

November 20th, 2014

Professor S.I. Strong has had several new works published recently. “Limits of Autonomy in International Investment Arbitration: Are Contractual Waivers of Mass Procedures Enforceable?” appears in Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers 2013 141 (Martinus

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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.