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A Religious Revival

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There has been much academic debate in recent years about religion. While sociologists, anthropologists and historians, among others, dispute and debate the function, form, revival or decline of religion and religiosity, one thing is clear – there has been a revival of religion in law. Until recently, if religion was studied at all from a… Continue reading

A Religious Audit

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The University of Glasgow in conjunction with Humanist Society Scotland (HSS) has initiated a project to reveal the extent to which religion enjoys a place of privilege in the law of Scotland. Over the next 10 months, a comprehensive audit is being undertaken of Scots law to provide an authoritative guide to the extent to… Continue reading