“Religious Liberty and the American Founding” with Professor Phillip Muñoz

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In this episode, Garrett Snedeker joins Notre Dame Professor Phillip Muñoz to discuss his new book on religious liberty. They discuss the Founders’ natural rights understanding of the freedom to worship, their disagreements about the separation of church and state, and the future of religious freedom in our law.

To read Professor Muñoz’s full argument, click here and buy his new book, Religious Liberty and the American Founding: Natural Rights and the Original Meaning of the First Amendment Religion Clauses.

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