John Witte Jr. is Director of the Center for the Study of Law & Religion at Emory University.
Christianity & Law
"A most mild and equitable establishment of religion": John Adams and the Massachusetts experiment, Journal of Church & State, Spring 1999
The New Freedom of Public Religion, Sept 2003 [PDF]
Publick Religion: Adams vs Jefferson, First Things, Mar 2004
Uncomfortable with Public Displays of Religion? Then Avoid Them, Mar 2005 [PDF]
The Challenges of Christian Jurisprudence, Mar 2005 [PDF]
Where Law & Religion Collide, Georgia Public Broadcasting, Oct 2005 [link to video]
Human Rights in a Secular Age?, Nov 2007
Rights, Resistance & Revolution in the Western Tradition: Early Protestant Foundations, Law & History Review, Fall 2008 [also as PDF]
Separation of Church & State - Calvin Style: A 500th Anniversary Celebration, Jan 2009 [link to RAM audio]
Sex & Marriage
Consulting a Living Tradition: Christian Heritage of Marriage and Family, Christian Century, Nov 1996
The Meanings of Marriage, First Things, Oct 2002
Church, State & Marriage: Three Reformation Models, Word & World, Winter 2003 [PDF]
Same-Sex Marriage, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Feb 2004 [PDF]
The Future of Marriage, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Feb 2008 [PDF]
Sex May Be Free, But Children Come with a Cost we must Accept, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Aug 2008 [PDF]
Introduction: Pluralism, Proselytism, And Nationalism In Eastern Europe, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Winter-Spring 1999.
Confessions of a Christian Historian, First Things, Jan 2004
Scopes II & Beyond, Dec 2005 [PDF]
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