On Marriage, Religious Freedom, Equality, and Homosexuality: A Reply to Professor Huhn
I congratulate the editors of the Akron Law Review and the Constitutional Law Center of the University of Akron School of Law for launching Akron Law Review: Strict Scrutiny. By offering rapid analysis and commentary on current issues, it promises to enhance the quality of discourse on constitutional law. I thank them for allowing me to contribute to this inaugural edition.
I am also grateful to Professor Wilson Huhn for permitting me to respond to his fine article. I hope that our exchange will help to illuminate thinking about the many difficult questions concerning marriage, religious freedom, and homosexuality. I believe that the matters on which we disagree fall generally into two categories – one relating to marriage, the other relating to religious freedom and laws barring discrimination against homosexuality. I address the former in Part I of my Reply, the latter in Part II.
Constitutional Law, Rights, Marriage
Place of Original Publication
Akron Journal of Constitutional Law and Policy
1 Akron Journal of Constitutional Law and Policy 19 (2009)
Dent, George W., "On Marriage, Religious Freedom, Equality, and Homosexuality: A Reply to Professor Huhn" (2009). Faculty Publications. 675.
This document is currently not available here.