Local Compliance with Supreme Court Decisions: Making Space for Religious Expression in Public Schools, 48: 355-17.
Abraham, Henry J.
Religion, Medicine, and the State: Reflections on Some Contemporary Issues, 22: 423-36.
Status of the First Amendment’s Religion Clauses: Some Reflections on Lines and Limits, The, 22: 215-31.
Ackerman, James S.
The Indiana University Summer Institute on Teaching the Bible in Secondary English, 14: 457-74.
Adamczyk, Amy, John Wybraniec, and Roger Finke
Religious Regulation and the Courts: Documenting the Effects of Smith and RFRA, 46: 237-62.
Karl Bregenzer: Missionary Martyr-Spy, 37: 121-33.
Adams, E. M.
James F. Childress on Political Obligation: A Book Review Article, 15: 111-19.
Adams, Linda Shull
Political Liberalization in Jordan: An Analysis of the State’s Relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, 38: 507-28.
Adams, William C.
American Public Opinion in the 1960s on Two Church-State Issues, 17: 477-94.
The “Islamic State”: Genealogy, Facts, and Myths, 48: 153-73.
Ahdar, Rex J.
Euthanasia and Religious Parliamentarians in New Zealand, 38: 569-93.
Alexander, Jon A.T.
Colonial New England Preaching on War As Illustrated in Massachusetts Artillery Election Sermons, 17: 423-42.
al Faruqi, Isma’il R.
The Ideal Social Order in the Arab World, 1800-1968, 11: 239-51.
Religious Liberty in Sweden: An Overview, 42: 147-71.
Amadi, Lawrence E.
Church-State Involvement in Educational Development in Nigeria, 1842-1948, 19: 481-96.
Shi’ism and Revolution in Iran, 31: 35-53.
Amstutz, Mark R.
Is Reconciliation Possible After Genocide?: The Case of Rwanda, 48: 541-65.
Religion, State, and Society in the New Kyrgyzstan, 41: 99-116.
Anderson, Paul B.
Religious Liberty Under Communism, 6: 169-77.
Anderson, R. Bentley
Prelates, Protest, and Public Opinion: Catholic Opposition to Desegregation, 1947-1955, 46: 617-44.
Andrews, Herbert D., and Andrews, Loretta Kreider
The Church and the Birth of a Nation: The Mindolo Ecumenical Foundation and Zambia, 17: 191-216.
Anthony, Dick and Thomas Robbins
Negligence, Coercion, and the Protection of Religious Belief, 37: 509-36.
Araujo, Robert J., S.J.
Christian Social Thought and American Public Policy: A Dialogue Between the Laity and the American State, 35: 751-80.
Auffenberg, Thomas L.
Church-State Philanthropy: English Charity Briefs and the Relief of Persecuted Continental Protestants, 21: 287-303.
Frederick William III, the Quakers, and the Problem of Conscientious Objectors in Prussia, 20: 305-13.
Baggett, Jerome P.
Congregations and Civil Society: A Double-Edged Connection, 44: 425-54.
Baird, Robert D.
Human Rights Priorities and Indian Religious Thought, 11: 221-38.
Baird, Robert M.
Dworkin, Abortion, Religious Liberty, and the Spirit of Enlightenment, 37: 753-71.
Baker, Dwight L.
Israel and Religious Liberty, 7: 403-24.
Who Is a Jew? The Dilemma of Israel, 12: 189-92.
Baker, Robert A.
The Presidency and the Roman Catholic Church, 2: 112-16.
Revolution and the Church in Nicaragua and EI Salvador, 28: 15-42.
Some Thoughts About Civil Religion, 16: 31-50.
Baptist World Alliance Study Document and Manifesto on Religious Liberty, 2: 156-60.
Barnard, Leslie W.
Church-State Relations, A.D. 313-337, 24: 337-55.
Barnes, Howard A.
The Idea that Caused a War: Horace Bushnell Versus Thomas Jefferson, 16: 73-83.
Barnes, Kenneth C.
Protestant Social Thought and the Nazi State, 1933-1937, 29: 47-62.
Basil, John D.
Orthodoxy and Public Education in the Russian Federation: The First Fifteen Years, 49: 27-52.
The Congregationalist Origins of American Pluralism, 11: 277-93.
Beaman, Lori G.
Aboriginal Spirituality and the Legal Construction of Freedom of Religion, 44: 135-49.
Beaver, R. Pierce
American Missionary Efforts to Influence Government Indian Policy, 5: 77-94.
Church, State, and the Indians: Indian Missions in the New Nation, 4: 11-30.
Churches and President Grant’s Peace Policy, The, 4: 174-90.
Missions and the New Nationalism, 3: 149-71.
Becker, William H.
Creationism: New Dimensions of the Religion-Democracy Relation, 27: 315-33.
Beckwith, Francis J.
Law, Religion, and the Metaphysics of Abortion: A Reply to Simmons, 43: 19-33.
When You Come to a Fork in the Road, Take It?: Abortion, Personhood, and the Jurisprudence of Neutrality, 45: 485-97.
Benjamin, Walter W.
Separation of Church and State: Myth and Reality, 11: 93-109.
Bennett, Edward M.
The Russian Orthodox Church and the Soviet State, 1946-1956: A Decade of the New Orthodoxy, 7: 425-39.
Bennett, L. Leslie, Jr. and David E. Sumler
Ethical Policymaking in Higher Education: State Regulation of Religious Colleges in Maryland, 35: 547-57.
Three German Marxists Look at Christianity: 1900-1930, 22: 505-17.
Christianity and Other Religions in a Changing World Situation, 11: 205-19.
Berggren, D. Jason.
“I Had a Different Way of Governing”: The Living Faith of President Carter, 47: 43-61.
The Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Experience in the Nazi Concentration Camps: A History of Their Conflicts with the Nazi State, 38: 87-113.
Bernhart, John L.
Towards a Comparative Treatment of Religion: Counterhegemonic and Hegemonic State-Clergy Strategies in Religious Hierarchies of the Russian Road, 40: 797-826.
Besier, Gerhard and Renate-Maria Besier.
Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Request for Recognition as a Corporation under Public Law in Germany: Background, Current Status, and Empirical Aspects, 43: 35-48.
The Catholic Church and Political Mediation in the Dominican Republic: A Comparative Perspective, 46: 341-64.
Bicha, Karel D.
Prairie Radicals: A Common Pietism, 18: 79-94.
Rabbis and Rulings: Insubordination in the Military and Israeli Democracy, 49: 305-27.
Biddle, John C.
John Locke’s Essay on Infallibility: Introduction, Text, and Translation, 19: 301-27.
Billington, James H.
Orthodoxy and Democracy, 49: 19-26.
President Lyndon B. Johnson and the Separation of Church and State, 29: 101-11.
Billington, Monroe and Cal Clark
Baptist Preachers and the New Deal, 33: 255-70.
Bird, Thomas E., and Mieczyslaw Maneli
The New Turn in Church-State Relations in Poland, 24: 29-51.
Selling Nazi Germany Abroad: The Case of Hulda Jost, 35: 807-30.
Blakeman, John C.
Federal District Courts, Religious Speech, and the Public Forum: An Analysis of Litigation Patterns and Outcomes, 44: 93-113.
Religious Geography of Religious Expression: Local Governments, Courts, and the First Amendment, The, 48: 399-422.
Blancarte, Roberto J.
Recent Changes in Church-State Relations in Mexico: An Historical Approach, 35: 781-805.
Blinderman, Charles S.
Unnatural Selection: Creationism and Evolutionism, 24: 73-86.
Blumhofer, Edith L. and Randall Balmer, eds.
Modern Christian Revivals, 36: 612-13.
Bociurkiw, Bohdan R.
Formulation of Religious Policy in the Soviet Union, The, 28: 423-38.
Boles, Donald E.
Church and State and the Burger Court: Recent Developments Affecting Parochial Schools, 18: 21-38.
Church-State Conflict: Public Policy Dilemmas of the School Administrator, 14: 297-317.
Religion and the Public Schools in Judicial Review, 26: 55-71.
Boller, Paul F., Jr.
Religion and the U.S. Presidency, 21: 521.
Elizabethan Catholics and Romans 13: A Chapter in the History of Political Polemic, 47: 531-44.
Bonello, Frank and Thomas R. Swartz
What Happened to the Catholic School Crisis?, 19: 241-60.
Bonicelli, Paul J.
Testing the Waters or Opening the Floodgates: Evangelical Politics and the New Mexico, 39: 107-30.
A “Paradisical” Ghetto of Theresienstadt: The Impossible Mission of the International Committee of the Red Cross, 34: 793-806.
Federalists, Antifederalists, and Religious Freedom, 21: 469-82.
Challenging the State: Churches as Political Actors in South Africa, 35: 299-334.
Borg, Daniel R.
German Protestants and the Ecumenical Movements: The War-Guilt Imbroglio, 1919-1926,10: 51-71.
Is a Page of History Worth a Volume of Logic?, 38: 397-409.
Bottini, Sarah Pentz
Europe’s Rebellious Daughter: Will Ireland Be Forced to Conform Its Abortion Law to That of Its Neighbors?, 49: 211-49.
Bowden, Henry Warner
A Historian’s Response to the Concept of American Civil Religion, 17: 495-505.
Philip Schaff and Sectarianism: The Americanization of a European Viewpoint, 8: 97-106.
Mastering the Methods of Manipulation: Who Really Won the Marian Propaganda Wars?, 44: 805-20.
Who Is a Jew?: The American Jewish Community in Conflict with Israel, 41: 795-822.
Braden, Charles S.
The Christian Encounter with World Religions, 7: 388-402.
Braswell, George W., Jr.
Civil Religion in Contemporary Iran, 21: 223-46.
Breslauer, S. Daniel
Abraham J. Heschel’s Politics of Nostalgia, 22: 307-13.
Zionism, Judaism, and Civil Religion: Two Paradigms, 31: 287-301.
Brett, Edward T.
Attempts of Grassroots Religious Groups to Change U.S. Policy Towards Central America, The: Their Methods, Successes, and Failures, 36: 773-94.
U.S. Catholic Press on Guatemala, The, 44: 115-34.
Breyer, Chloe Anne
Religious Liberty in Law and Practice: Vietnamese Home Temples and the First Amendment, 35: 367-401.
Briceland, Alan V.
Thomas Jefferson’s Epitaph: Symbol of a Lifelong Crusade Against Those Who Would “Usurp the Throne of God,” 29: 285-303.
Brisbin, Richard A.
The Rehnquist Court and the Free Exercise of Religion, 34: 57-76.
Broun, Janice A.
The Status of Christianity in Albania, 28: 43-60.
Brown, Gayle K.
The Impact of the Colonial Anti-Catholic Tradition on the Canadian Campaign, 1775-1776, 35: 559-75.
Brown, Lyle C.
Mexican Church-State Relations, 1933-1940, 6: 202-22.
Brown, Steven P.
Leaving the Spiritual Sphere: Religious Expression in the Public Workplace, 49: 665-82.
Brown, Steven P. and Cynthia J. Bowling
Public Schools and Religious Expression: The Diversity of School Districts’ Policies Regarding Religious Expression, 45: 259-81.
Bruce, Steve and Chris Wright
Law, Social Change, and Religious Toleration, 37: 103-20.
Of Sinners and Saints: Theodore Schroeder, Brigham Roberts, and Reed Smoot, 14: 261-78.
Bruneau, Thomas C.
Church and State in Portugal: Crises of Cross and Sword, 18: 463-90.
Church versus State: Family Planning in Colombia, 1966-1972, 18: 491-502.
Buckley, Thomas E.
Church and State in Massachusetts Bay: A Case Study of Baptist Dissenters, 1651, 23: 309-22.
Bullert, Gary B.
Reinhold Niebuhr and The Christian Century: World War II and the Eclipse of the Social Gospel, 44: 271-90.
Bulman, Raymond F.
Love, Power, and the Justice of the V.S. Presidential Pardons, 21: 23-38.
“Myth of Origin,” Civil Religion and Presidential Politics, 33: 525-39.
Bumsted, J. M.
Well-Bounded Toleration: Church and State in the Plymouth Colony, A, 10: 265-79.
Burg, B. Richard
Ideology of Richard Mather and Its Relationship to English Puritanism Prior to 1660, The, 9: 364-77.
Burgess, John P.
Church-State Relations in East Germany: The Church as a “Religious” and “Political” Force, 32: 17-35.
Theologians and the Renewal of Democratic Political Institutions in Eastern Germany, 37: 87-102.
Butler, Gregory S.
Visions of a Nation Transformed: Modernity and Ideology in Wilson’s Political Thought, 39: 37-51.
The Effect of State Aid to Church Schools on Public Education, 6: 74-84.
Byrnes, Timothy A.
How “Seamless” a Garment? The Catholic Bishops and the Politics of Abortion, 33: 17-35.
Cadenhead, Ivie E., Jr.
Jesus Gonzalez Ortega: Anticlericalist, 12: 107-20.
Calder, Bruce J.
The Role of the Catholic Church and Other Religious Institutions in the Guatemalan Peace Process, 1980-1996, 43: 773-97.
Caldwell, Gaylon L.
Augustine’s Critique of Human Justice, 2: 7-25.
Calfano, Brian Robert
Of Denominations and Districts: Examining the Influence of “Pro-life” Denominational Communities on State Representatives, 48: 83-100.
Callahan, William J.
Church and State in Spain, 1975-1991, 34: 503-19.
Spanish Church and the Restoration State, 1874-1900, The, 26: 313-32.
Campbell, Douglas F.
Engaging Third Parties: Canadian Church Unionists and their Opponents in the Secular Forum, 33: 75-94.
Campbell, Karl E.
Senator Sam Ervin and School Prayer: Faith, Politics, and the Constitution, 45: 443-56.
Campbell, Leon G.
Church and State in Colonial Peru: The Bishop of Cuzco and the Tupac Amaru Rebellion of 1780, 22: 251-70.
The Impact of Recent Supreme Court Decisions on Religion in the United States, 16: 217-36.
Under God and Anti-Communist: How the Pledge of Allegiance Got Religion in Cold War America, 45: 305-23.
Cannistraro, Philip V., and Theodore P. Kovaleff
Father Coughlin and Mussolini: Impossible Allies, 13: 427-43.
Capizzi, Joseph E.
Selective Conscientious Objection in the United States, 38: 339-63.
Carlson, C. Emanuel
Independence Without Disestablisment in Sweden? A Book Review Article, 18: 311-20.
Carmella, Angela C.
Liberty and Equality: Paradigms for the Protection of Religious Property Use, 37: 573-98.
The Politics of Education in Zambia, 1891-1964, 44: 775-804.
Carper, James C.
The Whisner Decision: A Case Study in State Regulation of Christian Day Schools, 24: 281-302.
Casada, James A.
James A. Grant and the Introduction of Christianity in Uganda, 25: 507-22.
Casey, Michael W.
From Religious Outsiders to Insiders: The Rise and Fall of Pacifism in the Churches of Christ, 44: 455-75.
Oliver Ellsworth’s Calvinism: A Biographical Essay on Religion and Political Psychology in the Early Republic, 36: 507-26.
God and Labor in the South: Southern Baptists and the Right to Unionize, 1930-1950, 40: 639-60.
Unrealistic Expectations: Contesting the Usefulness of Weber’s Protestant Ethic for the Study of Latin American Protestantism, 37: 289-308.
Chacon, Ramon D.
Salvador Alvarado and the Roman Catholic Church: Church-State Relations in Revolutionary Yucatan, 1914-1918, 27: 245-66.
The Church of Scotland’s Parochial Extension Scheme and the Scottish Disruption, 16: 263-86.
Chancey, Mark A.
Sectarian Elements in Public School Bible Courses: Lessons from the Lone Star State, 49: 719-42.
Chaney, William A.
The Royal Role in the Conversion of England, 9: 317-31.
Charles, J. Daryl.
Presumption Against War or Presumption Against Injustice? The Just War Tradition Reconsidered, 47: 335-69.
Chaves, Mark and William Tsitsos
Are Congregations Restrained by Government? Empirical Results from the National Congregations Study, 42: 335-44.
Nation, Church, and Private Religion: The Emergence of an American Pattern, 14: 223-33.
Chibi, Andrew A.
Richard Sampson, his “Oratio,” and Henry VIII’s Royal Supremacy, 39: 543-60.
State vs. Church: Implementing Reformation (Cromwell, Stokesley, and the London Diocese), 41: 77-98.
The Political Varieties of Sacred Remembrance: Elie Wiesel and U.S. Foreign Policy, 40: 827-46.
Choper, Jesse H.
Separation of Church and State: “New” Directions by the “New” Supreme Court, 34: 363-75.
Church, F. Forrester
The First American Amnesty Debate: Religion and Politics in Massachusetts, 1783-1784, 21: 39-54.
Cinotti, David N.
Incoherent Neutrality: A Case for Eliminating Neutrality from Religion Clause Jurisprudence, 45: 499-533.
Clardy, Jesse V.
Autocracy and the Vatican on the Eve of the “Imperalist War”: A Russian Foreign Ministry Document in Translation, 19: 75-82.
Tsarist Russia and the Russification of the Buriats, 10: 73-82.
Clark, Charles E.
A Test of Religious Liberty: The Ministry Land Case in Narragansett, 1668-1752,11: 295-319.
Cleary, Edward L.
Brazilian Catholic Church and Church-State Relations, The: Nation Building, 39: 253-72.
Human Rights Organizations and Environments in Mexico: Growth in Turbulence, 37: 793-812.
Religion at the Statehouse: The California Catholic Conference, 45: 41-58.
Cloud, Matthew C.
“One Nation, Under God”: Tolerable Acknowledgement of Religion or Unconstitutional Cold War Propaganda Cloaked in American Civil Religion?, 46: 311-40.
Public/Private-Secular/Sacred: A Context for Understanding the Church-State Debate, 29: 113-25.
Religious Traditions and Health Care Policy: Potential for Democratic Discourse, 39: 15-35.
Cochrane, James R.
Religious Pluralism in Post-Colonial Public Life, 42: 443-65.
Sacrament and Solidarity: Catholic Social Thought and Health Care Policy Reform, 41: 475-98.
Coerver, Don M.
From Confrontation to Conciliation: Church-State Relations in Mexico, 1867-1884, 32: 65-80.
Cohen, Asher and Jonathan Rynhold.
Social Covenants: The Solution to the Crisis of Religion and State in Israel?, 47: 725-45.
Cohen, Ronald D.
Church and State in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts: Another Look at the Antinomian Controversy, 12: 475-94.
Cohen, Stuart A.
The Hesder Yeshivot in Israel: A Church-State Military Arrangement, 35: 113-30.
Cohen, Theodore A.
When Should Religious Leaders Face Liability for Defamation? Balancing the Oral Interests of Clergy Against the Interests of Congregants and Noncongregants, 33: 681-99.
Collora, Constance and Robert Jewett
On Turning the Flag into a Sacred Object, 37: 741-52.
Connor, M. Colleen
Constitutionality of Religious Symbols on Government Property: A Suggested Approach, The, 37: 385-411.
Conser, Walter H., Jr.
Conservative Critique of Church and State, A: The Case of the Tractarians as Neo-Lutherans, 25: 323-41
Constitutionality of the Inclusion of Church-related Schools in Federal Aid to Education, The: The Roman Catholic Viewpoint, 4: 159-65.
Conway, John S.
Political Role of German Protestantism, 1870-1990, The, 34: 807-30.
“Stasi” and the Churches, The: Between Coercion and Compromise in East German Protestantism, 1949-89, 36: 725-45.
Reports from the Free Exercise Trenches: A Case Study of Religious Freedom Issues Faced by Wiccans Practicing in the United States, 39: 723-48.
Copeland, E. Luther
Neo-Hinduism and Secularism, 9: 20 210.
Managing Religion in Colonial India: The British Raj and the Bodh Gaya Temple Dispute, 46: 527-59.
Coppa, Frank J.
Between Anti-Judaism and Anti-Semitism, Pius XI’s Response to the Nazi Persecution of the Jews: Precursor to Pius XII’s “Silence”?, 47: 63-89.
Cardinal Antonelli, the Papal States, and the Counter-Risorgimento, 16: 453-71
Pope Pius XI’s “Encyclical” Humani Generis Unitas Against Racism and Anti-Semitism and the “Silence” of Pope Pius XII, 40: 775-95.
Religious Basis of Giuseppe Mazzini’s Political Thought, The, 12: 237-53.
Cornwell, Joel R.
Totem and the God of the Philosophers: How a Freudian Vocabulary Might Clarify Constitutional Discourse, 35: 521-36.
Church-State Relations in the Marxist-Leninist Regimes of the Third World, 32: 281-308.
Costigan, Richard F.
State Appointment of Bishops, 8: 82-96.
Coughlin, Bernard J.
Toward a Church-State Principle for Health and Welfare, 11: 33-46.
Not Blaming the Pope: The Roots of the Crisis in Brazilian Base Communities, 45: 349-65.
Cox, William F., Jr.
Christianity, Nationalism, and Educational Philosophy, 39: 131-43.
Craft, Stephen G.
Peacemakers in China: American Missionaries and the Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1941, 41: 575-91.
Crahan, Margaret E.
Civil-Ecclesiastical Relations in Hapsburg Peru, 20: 93-111.
Cremer, Douglas J.
To Avoid a New Kulturkampf: The Catholic Workers’ Associations and National Socialism in Weimar-era Bavaria, 41: 739-60.
New Religions in “New Europe,” 49: 517-51.
Crowley, Weldon S.
Erastianism in England to 1640, 32: 549-66.
Erastianism in the Long Parliament, 1640-1646, 21: 451-67.
Erastianism in the Westminster Assembly, 15: 49-64.
Culbertson, Philip L.
The Anglican Family Court in Israel and the West Bank, 23: 285-308.
Sanctuary and Sovereignty: Church and State Along the U.S.-Mexico Border, 40: 371-86.
Cunningham, Maurice T.
Catholics and the ConCon: The Church’s Response to the Massachusetts Gay Marriage Decision, 47: 19-42.
Curran, Thomas F.
Pacifists, Peace Democrats, and the Politics of Perfection in the Civil War Era, 38: 487-505.
Curry, Dean C.
Where Have All the Niebuhrs Gone? Evangelicals and the Marginalization of Religious Influence in American Public Life, 36: 97-114.
Richard Hooker and American Religious Liberty, 41: 117-34.
Daggy, Robert E.
Education, Church, and State: Timothy Cutler and the Yale Apostasy of 1722, 13: 43-67.
Dahmus, John W.
Henry IV of England: An Example of Royal Control of the Church in the Fifteenth Century, 23: 35-46.
Religious Aspects of Colombia’s La Violencia: Explanations and Implications, 15: 381-405.
Daniels, Bruce C.
Dissent and Disorder: The Radical Impulse and Early Government in the Founding of Rhode Island, 24: 357-78.
Daniel, Wallace L.
Islam and the Clash of Civilization, 48: 509-23.
Leadership and Recent Controversies over Religious Liberty, 49: 649-63.
Pluralism and Freedom of Conscience, 48: 741-51.
Daniel, Wallace L. and Christopher Marsh
Russia’s 1997 Law on Freedom of Conscience in Context and Retrospect, 49: 5-17.