Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Faith

The Butler University Seminar on Religion and World Civilization got off to a wonderful start this year, with a session focused on freedom of religion as defined in the first amendment to the United States Constitution. Our three guest speakers were Sheila Seuss Kennedy, Rick Garnett, and Dan Conckle. Some who have attended many of these events described this as the best they had been to. And so I am delighted to be able to actually share the video of the session with you.

Here is a link to the video in case you cannot watch it embedded in this blog post.

Sheila Seuss Kennedy is the author of numerous bookshas a blog at SheilaKennedy.net. Rick Garnett blogs at Mirror of Justice and PrawfsBlawg, and many of his scholarly papers are available on the Social Science Research Network website.

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