I am delighted to introduce Marc DeGirolami as a guest blogger for the month of January. Marc is a professor at St. John’s University School of Law, where he is also Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship and Associate Director of the Center for Law and Religion. His writing concerns law and religion, criminal law, and constitutional law. He is the author of The Tragedy of Religious Freedom (2013), which was the subject of a great discussion at Liberty Law Talk. He is also the co-leader of The Tradition Project, a research initiative that will explore the value of tradition in a system of ordered liberty and develop a broad understanding of what received wisdom continues to offer for law, politics, and responsible citizenship.