A Socio-Historical Perspective: M. Koenig: Religion and Public Order in Modern Nation-States: Institutional Varieties and Contemporary Transformations.
Models of Church-State Relations and Their Impact on Freedom of Religion: W. Brugger: On the Relationship between Structural Norms and Constitutional Rights in Church-State Relations. – S. Shetreet: The Model of State and Church Relations and Its Impact on the Protection of Freedom of Conscience and Religion: A Comparative Analysis and a Case Study of Israel.
German, Comparative and International Law Perspectives: C. Walter: From the Acceptance of Interdenominational Christian Schools to the Inadmissibility of Christian Crosses in the Public Schools. – H.M. Heinig: The Headscarf of a Muslim Teacher in German Public Schools. – D. Richter: Religious Garments in Public Schools in Separation Systems: France and the United States of America. – J.A. Frowein: Religion and Religious Symbols in European and International Law.
Perspectives from Israeli Law: F. Raday: Claiming Equal Religious Personhood: Women of the Wall's Constitutional Saga. – B. Medina: Does the Establishment of Religion Justify Regulating Religious Activities? - The Israeli Experience. – M. Karayanni: The "Other" Religion and State Conflict in Israel: On the Nature of Religious Accommodations for the Palestinian-Arab Minority. – R. Gavison: Days of Worship and Days of Rest: A View from Israel. – O.G. Golan: Human Rights and Religious Duties: Informed Consent to Medical Treatment under Jewish Law.
The American Point of View: M.S. Weiner: Neutrality Between Church and State: Mission Impossible? – E.J. Eberle: A Comment on Mark Weiner's "Neutrality Between Church and State: Mission Impossible".