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1 Religion & Hum. Rts. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.intyb/relhr0001 and id is 1 raw text is: Religion & Human Rights
An InternationalJournal
Issue 1, Volume 1, 2006
Editorial
Reflection: Does God Believe in Human Rights?
God's Disbelief and Ours: Religious Perils and Possibilities of Human Rights,
John D. Carlson
Articles
'Human Rights, 'Religion and the Secular': Variant Configurations of Religion(s),
State(s) and Society(ies), Paul Weller
Protecting Freedom of and from Religion: Questioning the Law's Ability to Pro-
tect Against Unethical Conversions in Sri Lanka, Alexandra Owens
Strengthening the Role of the Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or
Belief, Carolyn Evans
Book Reviews
Tradition, Dialogue, and Human Rights, Gary Chartier
(David Hollenbach, The Global Face of Public Faith: Politics, Human Rights, and
Christian Ethics.)
Religious Reflections on the Death Penalty, Tina Beattie
(Erik C. Owens, John D. Carlson, and Eric P. Elshtain (eds), Religion and the Death
Penalty: A Callfor Reckoning.)
Which Human Rights? Which God?, Gary Chartier and Deborah K. Dunn
(Elizabeth M. Bucar and Barbara Barnett (eds), Does Human Rights Need God?)
Documentary Appendices
Guidelines for Authors

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