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McCrea's book will become a must-read in the field of law and religion. It is the first sustained treatment of the relationship of law and religion within the European Union, is written cogently and is very engaging. (Joel Harrison, Journal of Church and State)
This book is truly the first publication of its kind . . . McCrea sets out to analyse the complex web of history, law and policy that defines the relationship between the European Union and religion, thus filling several large gaps in the pre-existing literature. He achieves this quest with clarity, not least thanks to the careful choice of the elements of culture, identity and autonomy as recurrent themes connecting the ideas presented throughout the chapters . . . Undoubtedly this book provides vital reference points for questions likely to be posed before the EU's institutions in the future...a book that is highly relevant to those researching, teaching and working in the field of religion, EU law and politics" (Journal of Common Market Studies)
This book makes a valuable and timely contribution to the debate on one of the most controversial areas of public life. (Cherie Blair)
...organised logically and written coherently. McRae's examination of the relationship between religion and the EU public order os conducted in a perceptive, resourceful and proficient manner. Indeed, he combines an otherwise byzantine maze of intertwining principles, relations and sources into a skilfully lucid account. (The Modern Law Review)
Most certainly, an enjoyable and informative read, and a valuable addition to the series. (Julian Rivers, University of Bristol)
This is an outstanding work: remarkably broad in scope and capturing the many intricacies of EU law in its recognition and handling of religious belief and practice, yet also logically structured and lucid in its treatment of a complex subject matter. ... This is a thought-provoking analysis of a complex subject, revealing a mastery of detail and giving thorough consideration to the issues from a wide variety of angles. (James Crabtree, Churchman)
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