Pastor, Church & Law
free exercise clause
Marbury v. Madison
- Understand the original purpose of the First Amendment's "nonestablishment of religion" clause.
- Explain the three factors that have led to the enormous expansion and revision of the original intent of the First Amendment's "nonestablishment of religion" clause.
- Understand the significance of the Supreme Court's decision in Marbury v. Madison.
- Understand what is meant by the incorporation doctrine.
1. The manager of a large apartment complex prohibits non-residents from entering the premises for evangelistic purposes. The minister of a neighboring ...
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