The Religious Roots of the First Amendment: Dissenting Protestantism and the Separation of Church and State
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Prologue
Introduction: Religion and American Disestablishment
Chapter One: The Monk and the Bard: Luther's Protest to Milton's Protestant Vision
Chapter Two: The Philosopher and the Enthusiast: John Locke and William Penn Bring Dissenting Protestantism to America
Chapter Three: The Puritan Lawyer and the Baptist Preacher: Elisha Williams, Isaac Backus, and the Rise of Dissent in America
Chapter Four: Revolutionary and Governor: William Livington and the Anglican Control of King's College
Chapter Five: The Political Theologian and the Theological Politician: John Witherspoon and James Madison Make a National Principle
Epilogue: Back to the Future: Three Competing Views of Church and State
Appendix: A Discussion of Recent Works on the Rise of Religious Freedom and Disestablishment in the West
Notes
Bibliography
Index
 
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