02085cam a2200385Ii 4500001001300000003000600013005001700019008004100036035002000077040010400097020002700201020003000228035002100258050002100279082001400300049000900314100003700323245005600360264005500416300002900471336002600500337002800526338002700554490004600581504005100627505015900678520062400837590001101461590003301472650002201505650002201527830002601549994001201575999011201587ocn939703584OCoLC20170511101149.0160216s2016 nyu b 001 0 eng d a(Sirsi) a199538 aYDXCPbengerdacYDXCPdBTCTAdERASAdOCLCQdBDXdGZLdEYMdYDXdOCLCFdEAUdGUBdCHVBKdOCLCOdNVS a110714731Xq(hardback) a9781107147317q(hardback) a(OCoLC)939703584 4aK3280b.D66 201604a261.5223 aNVSS1 aDomingo, Rafael,d1963-eauthor.10aGod and the secular legal system /cRafael Domingo. 1aNew York, NY :bCambridge University Press,c2016. axii, 180 pages ;c24 cm. atextbtxt2rdacontent aunmediatedbn2rdamedia avolumebnc2rdacarrier1 aCambridge studies in law and Christianity aIncludes bibliographical references and index.0 aGod as a metalegal concept -- Religion as a constitutional limit of the secular legal system -- Conscience as a private limit of the secular legal system. a"This timely book offers a theistic approach to secular legal systems and demonstrates that these systems are neither agnostic nor atheist. Critical but succinct in its approach, this book focuses on an extensive range of liberal legal approaches to religious and moral issues and provides critical scrutiny from a secular perspective. Expertly written by a leading scholar, the book offers a rare combination of profundity of ideas and simplicity of expression. It is a ringing defense of the theistic conception of secular legal systems and an uncompromising attack on the agnostic and atheist conception." -- Page i. zStacks aamazon 5/10/17 78.71 ftu LNS 0aReligion and law. 0aChurch and state. 0aLaw and Christianity. aC0bNVS aK3280 .D66 2016wLCc1iB002997342d6/7/2017e5/11/2017f3/29/2018g2lSTACKS3mMAINrYsNtBOOKu4/12/2017