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Freedom of Religion and The Secular State

Russell Blackford at Embiggen Books from Embiggen Books on Vimeo.

For those that missed our world premier Book Launch of Freedom of Religion and The Secular State with Russell Blackford the other day, here’s the in store video of the evening.

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