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Constitution at Work: Separation of Church and State discussion

The Constitution at Work examines particular current social debates through the lens of the Constitution, related legal rulings and ethical considerations in a series of Conversations between Hugh Taft-Morales, Leader, Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia, and his guest, Kim Roosevelt, University of PA Law Professor, whose latest book, Conflict of Laws, offers an accessible analytical overview of conflicts.

On Monday, December 3, 7:00PM we will have our third session focus on Church and State Separation. We will explore questions including: How does the Constitution and following court rulings explain the separation of religious and civil activity? How do we assure an appropriate separation of church and state while maintaining religious freedom?

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