In recent years, the issues of freedom of religion and state-religion relations have become increasingly important worldwide. Brill's new Encyclopedia of Law and Religion Online is unique in its breadth, covering the intersection between religion and the state in:
all independent nations and jurisdictions around the world;
special territories; plus
major international organisations.
The Encyclopedia of Law and Religion Online explores all aspects of state-religion relations, including the role of religion in society, the interaction between religion and state institutions, the concept of freedom of religion, legal aspects of religious traditions, and other issues at the junction of law, religion and the state around the world.
This new online reference work from Brill is full-text searchable and browseable by continent, country, territory or organisation.
In 2015, the Encyclopedia of Law and Religion Online is available to acquire via a one-time outright purchase price of EUR 1,699. There are no ongoing fees subsequent to a purchase.
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