Religious Sincerity and the Reasons for Religious Freedom

@article{Golemboski2020ReligiousSA,
  title={Religious Sincerity and the Reasons for Religious Freedom},
  author={David Golemboski},
  journal={Political Research Quarterly},
  year={2020},
  volume={73},
  pages={866 - 877}
}
Embedded in U.S. legal frameworks governing the free exercise of religion is a criterion that has received surprisingly little theoretical attention: sincerity. Only those professions of belief that are sincere warrant legal accommodation. Nearly all of the existing literature on sincerity focuses on judicial “tests,” or evidentiary frameworks, for judging sincerity. This paper, in contrast, interrogates the notion of sincerity itself, developing a conception of what properly constitutes a… Expand

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