UIUC PHIL 110 - Religion in America (6 pages)

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Religion in America

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Brief overview of Religious Toleration, 
Religious Liberty, 
Religious Neutrality


Lecture number:
24
Pages:
6
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign
Course:
Phil 110 - World Religions
Edition:
1

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Lecture 24 Outline of Last Lecture I What is Shi a II Who is Ali III The Origin IV Ali and His Followers V Imamat VI Husain and Shi ism 680 CE VII Formative Period VIII Shi ism and Sunnism IX Shi ism Beliefs and Practices X Sufism XI The Path Doctrine and Practice XII Stations Attar s Illustration XIII Practices XIV Remembrance Dhikr XV Dhikr The Source Outline of Current Lecture XVI Let s Begin with a Question XVII YES XVIII NO XIX Huh PHIL 110 1st Edition XX XXI XXII XXIII XXIV XXV XXVI XXVII XXVIII XXIX XXX XXXI XXXII XXXIII XXXIV XXXV XXXVI XXXVII XXXVIII Religious Toleration Emergence of Religious Toleration in Europe Peace of Westphalia Maryland Toleration Act Religious Liberty The First Freedom Historical Background Roger Williams Williams and Religious Liberty Thomas Jefferson Ambiguous Does Liberty Create a Secular State Question Religious Neutrality Everson v Board of Education of Ewing Township 1947 Everson decision Everson and the Wall of Separation Cheerleaders and the Wall of Separation Another Question Neutral Laws Neutral Laws cannot Hinder Religious Communities XXXIX Santeria and Sacrifice XL Islamic Cnter of Murfreesboro TN XLI Fight Goes On XLII Liberty and Neutrality Two Possible Views Current Lecture XLIII Let s Begin with a Question a Is it legal for a public agency to post 10 commandments on a public site b What considerations shape your response c The Surpreme court says XLIV YES a Van Orden v Perry 2005 i divided 5 4 Supreme Court upholds placement of a monument inscribed with the 10 commandments on the grounds of the state capitol Austin 1 plurality opinion Rehnquist holds that it is legitimate to recognize our religious heritage XLV NO a McCreary County v American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky 2005 i Issued same day as Van Orden v Perry divided 5 4 ii Supreme court struck down 10 commandment displays at two county courthouses in Kentucky 1 majority holds that the displays predominantly religious purpose rather than a secular aim 2



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