Robert K. Vischer
In his insightful and bracing book, Paul Horwitz calls for a “constitutional agnosticism,” urging judges, public officials, and citizens to confront openly the truth of religious claims.
The church in the public square
Open hearts & minds at Princeton
How not to settle the gay-marriage question
How dirty a word?
The trouble with blaming religion for California’s Proposition 8
Why Catholics shouldn’t fear faith-based arguments about economic policy