• 2016 Symposium on Religious Studies
  • Foundations Journal
  • The Principles of Federalism
  • Constitution Week
  • Dallan H. Oaks
  • Rebecca Lochhart

2016 CCS Symposium on Religious Liberty | April 11-12

The religious liberty symposium was hosted in partnership with the Religious Studies Program at UVU and the 2016 Mormon Studies Conference on “Mormonism and the Art of Boundary Maintenance.” Working together allowed both entities to cover a fascinating spectrum of topics, from Mormon Identity to the Supreme Court case, Little Sisters of the Poor v. Burwell, currently going through the courts.

The 2016 symposium also featured the first panel dedicated specially to UVU students and the winners of the first CCS religious liberty essay contest.

 

Keynote Ross Douthat

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