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May 2021
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This cross-disciplinary collaboration offers historical and contemporary scholarship exploring the interface of Christianity and international law. Christianity and International Law aims to understand and move past arguments, narratives and tropes that commonly frame law-religion studies in global governance. Readers are introduced to a range of confessional and critical perspectives explicitly engaging a diverse range of methodological and theoretical orientations to rethink how we experience and find ourselves caught within the phenomena of Christianity and international law.


'These chapters in combination make a powerful reflection on Christianity and International Law: it is no introduction, it is the thing itself.'

Malcolm D. Evans Source: Oxford Journal of Law and Religion

‘The essay provides important and chastening historical background for all Christians considering how religion should contribute to current political questions related to America’s role on the international stage.’

Elisabeth Rain Kincaid Source: The Living Church

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