27 Miss. C. L. Rev. [i] (2007-2008)

handle is hein.journals/miscollr27 and id is 1 raw text is: MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 27                         2007-2008                           ISSUE 1
SYMPOSIUM ON RELIGION, RELIGIOUS PLURALISM,
AND THE RULE OF LAW
INTRODUCTION
M ark  C. M odak-Truran  .................................................. 1
ARTICLES
GOD(S) OVER CONSTITUTIONS: INTERNATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS
TRANSNATIONAL CONSTITUTIONALISM IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Larry  Catd  Backer  .......................................................  11
THE UNDERLYING CAUSES OF DIVERGENT FIRST AMENDMENT
INTERPRETATIONS
Scott  C.  Idlem an  .........................................................  67
RELIGION AND POLITICAL PLURALISM
R obin  W .  L ovin  ..........................................................  91
WASHINGTON'S GOD: RELIGION, LIBERTY, AND THE FATHER OF OUR
COUNTRY
M ichael Novak  and  Jana  Novak  ..........................................  105
How IS AMERICA DIVIDED BY GOD?
Steven  D .  Sm ith  ..........................................................  141
BEYOND THEOCRACY AND SECULARISM (PART I): TOWARD A NEW
PARADIGM FOR LAW AND RELIGION
M ark  C  M odak-Truran  ..................................................  159
COMMENT
I'M NOT DEAD YET!: AN ANALYSIS OF THE RECENT SUPREME
COURT OF MISSISSIPPI'S WRONGFUL DEATH JURISPRUDENCE
Patrick  J. Schepens  .......................................................  235
NOTE
BANDA-ORTIZ V. GONZALES: A CATCH-22 FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST
CENTURY
Jared  Carrubba  ..........................................................  265

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