Harold J. Berman, Faith and Order: The Reconciliation of Law and Religion (Emory 1993).
Part of the Emory University Studies in Law and Religion Series, this work consists of 22 “chapters,” essays, articles, and speeches written by Professor Berman over a period of fifty years. The book is divided into four parts: Historical Themes; Sociological and Philosophical Themes; Theological, Prophetic, and Educational Themes; and Russian and Soviet Themes.
Professor Berman was the foremost authority on religious history and the law until his death in 2007. His great work, Law and Revolution, had a profound impact upon the study of legal history.