No issue is more hotly contested in the culture wars than the proper place of religion in public life. On the one side are those who insist that religion is a purely private matter with no place in government. In contrast are those who hold that government should adhere to religious principles and that certain religiously grounded imperatives are so necessary to the human condition that they should be binding on everyone. Prominent among the latter forces is the Christian right.
Hanson, F. Allan. The Jurisprudence of the Christian Right: Teachings from Regent and Liberty University Law Schools. (2009) Oxford University Press. J. of Church and State (2009) 51 (2): 265-288. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jcs/csp040
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