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Repression of Evangelism in Greece

European Litigation vis-a-vis a Closed Religious Establishment

Repression of Evangelism in Greece

European Litigation vis-a-vis a Closed Religious Establishment

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Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761819561
Number of Pages: 248
Published: 14/05/2001
Width: 14.3 cm
Height: 22.1 cm
Evangelism can lead to jail sentences in Greece-historically the 'cradle of democracy.' Lawyer-Theologian John Warwick Montgomery, who has successfully fought the Greek anti-proselytism law in the European court of human rights, here analyses the Greek religious and civil rights paradox. A book for human rights advocates, missionaries, and all who support an open marketplace for religious expansion.

John Warwick Montgomery

John Warwick Montgomery is Emeritus Professor of Law and Humanities, University of Luton in England; Distinguished Professor of Apologetics and Law, Vice President for Academic Affairs-UK and Europe, Trinity College and Theological Seminary, Indiana, USA; Senior Counsel, European Centre for Law & Justice, Strasbourg, France.

Professor Montgomery's book constitutes a valuable contribution to the ongoing international debate on proselytism and the interpretation of church establishment. Journal of Church & State Professor Montgomery's book constitutes a valuable contribution to the ongoing international debate on proselytism and the interpretation of church establishment. Journal of Church & State

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