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Religious liberty in the United States; the development of church-state thought since the Revolutionary era [by] Elwyn A. Smith.

Philadelphia, Fortress Press [1972] .
ISBN 0800600711, 9780800600716

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Subjects Church and state -- United States.
Church and state.
Freedom of religion -- United States.
Freedom of religion.
Iglesia y estado en EE. UU.
Kerk en staat.
United States.
Description xiv, 386 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The break with toleration in Massachusetts -- The evangelical theory of religious liberty -- Separation in Virginia -- The republican philosophy -- The moral government of God -- The secular state in a religious society -- Religious impacts upon social democracy -- The spiritual and the temporal: John Carroll -- Liberty and the constitution: John England -- The rights of Catholics: Brownson and Hughes -- The Catholic American: Hecker, Ireland, and Spalding -- The European intervention: Leo XIII and John A .Ryan -- Liberty and the natural law: John Coutney Murray -- The first amendment and the separation of church and state -- Religion, conscience, and free exercise -- Licensing, tax exemption, and free exercise -- Education and the establishment clause -- From "wall" to a "line" of separation -- Separation as the state's neutrality -- Conclusion: the meaning of separation of church and state.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)356930
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Smith, Elwyn A. 1919-
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