Christians and/as Liberals? Symposium: Liberalism, Christianity & Constitutionalism
Recently, as part of a more general examination and criticism of liberalism, the relation between Christianity and liberalism has been much discussed. Some critics, sometimes associated with the label “integralism,” argue that Christianity and liberalism are fundamentally incompatible. Examining both consistencies and inconsistencies, this article argues to the contrary that liberalism may be, for now, for us, in our historical circumstances, the alternative that prudent Christians should prefer.
liberalism, christianity, integralism, autonomy, individualism, religion, religious freedom
Notre Dame Law Review
98 Notre Dame Law Review 1497 (2023)
Digital USD Citation
Smith, Steven D., "Christians and/as Liberals? Symposium: Liberalism, Christianity & Constitutionalism" (2023). Faculty Scholarship. 163.