In religious freedom in an egalitarian age he advances a method called social coherence based on the way that people reason through moral problems in everyday life social coherence provides a way to reach justified conclusions in constitutional law even in situations that pit multiple values against each other. Religious freedom in an egalitarian age user review publishers weekly tebbe a professor at brooklyn law school reviews the current state of legal conflicts around religious freedom and non discrimination including topics such as wedding businesses turning away gay . Religious freedom in an egalitarian age forthcoming harvard univ press 1 see eg steven d smith the rise and decline of american religious freedom 10 2014 noting that the jurisprudence on religious freedom is widely seen to be incoherent andrew koppelman defending american religious neutrality l. This is in many ways far from surprising tebbe is one of the most talented and highly regarded experts in the law and religion field and religious freedom in an egalitarian age reflects that expertise this is a first rate work that should be read by anyone interested in questions of religious freedom and equality law. Get this from a library religious freedom in an egalitarian age nelson tebbe americans today are struggling with conflicts between religious freedom and equality law although such tensions are not new they are newly vibrant and visible partly because of egalitarian
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