The Establishment Clause was never understood by the Founders to erect a wall of separation between church and state.
Mark David Hall
Our Dear-Bought Liberty is the definitive treatment of the Catholic quest for religious toleration in America's early years.
There are excellent reasons to oppose state involvement with religion, but originalist arguments are not among them.
Seven Justices agreed that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission acted with obvious animus against Phillips’ religious convictions.
In no reasonable sense does Colorado have a compelling interest in requiring this baker to engage in speech to which he has religious objections.
Washington thought that governmental encouragement of religion was compatible with religious liberty.
one suspects that Ellsworth tends to be left out of the picture because he wanted a less strict separation between church and state than did Madison.
Mark David Hall is a Professor at George Fox University and a Visiting Scholar at the Mercatus Center. He is the author of Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land: How Christianity has Advanced Liberty and Equality for All Citizens (Fidelis Publishing, forthcoming).