This category includes sites concerning the appropriate relationship between Church and State in their multivariate intersections in civil society.
World-wide non-profit organization based in Fairfax, Virginia that deals with issues of religious freedom around the world.
A book which presents theocracy as a biblically sound form of Christian politics. Distinguishes between theocracy (the rule of God) and ecclesiocracy (the rule of the church).
Political science papers dealing with the relationship of church and state, and religious liberty.
A group of self-described traditional Catholics take issue with the Second Vatican Council's teachings on religious freedom.
Index of resources for practitioners of Earth Religions who are experiencing religious discrimination.
A non-profit, non-sectarian, educational organization dedicated to defending the religious freedom of all, regardless of creed, gender or ethnic origin.
Believes in secularizing Islamic societies by complete separation of mosque and state.
Site focused on church-state relations in the United States and around the world. Back issues of the Institute's "Journal of Church and State" are available for browsing. Also includes a list of links to online resources, including primary source material.
A national and global referral and information exchange network of Pagan religious freedom activists.
Interesting essay which clarifies the difference between "the question of religion and politics" and "the question of church and state".
Subtitled "Cross-Cultural Observations", an article by N.J. Demerath and Karen S. Straight in Cross Currents that discusses various religion-state models in "Eastern" and "Western" countries.
An extensive repository of laws, cases, news, and historical materials pertaining to religious freedom in the United States.
A list of legal reference documents and form letters that witches can use in their local fights for religious freedom. Includes references for Australia, Canada, the United States, and a few individual states.
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