Religious freedom and the state church

  • John Warwick Montgomery
Keywords: Religion and law, religious freedom

Abstract

In the light of increased cases of dispute involving religion and the law in the United Kingdom, John Warwick Montgomery (Professor Emeritus of Law and Humanities, University of Bedfordshire; Distinguished Research Professor of Philosophy, Concordia University Wisconsin) discusses the issues of relating religious considerations to legal activity. He explains that a separation of church and state requires a rethinking of the difference between what is possible and desirable in a nation having a state church as contrasted with what prevails legally in a constitutionally non-sectarian state.

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John Warwick Montgomery
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