Peter W. Edge: Religion and Law: An Introduction
Peter W. Edge’s Religion and law: an introduction follows David Herbert’s Religion and civil society as the second volume of the Ashgate Religion, Culture & Society Series. Edge, himself coeditor of this series, is Reader in Law and Religion at Oxford Brookes University, UK, and his new publication offers an introduction to legal responses to religion and religious practice in international and national (Anglophone) jurisdictions. As a legal scholar with long expertise in the field of law and religion, Edge aims at a broad, non-jurisdictional and student-friendly overview for a non-legal readership.
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