A new issue of Liberty is out. Micah Schwartzman (Virginia): What If Religion is Not Special? Paul Horwitz (Alabama): Law, Religion, and Kissing Your Sister. Basyle J. Tchividjian (Liberty) and Victor Vieth (NCPTC): When the Child Abuser Has a Bible: Investigating Child Maltreatment Sanctioned or Condoned by a Religious Leader. Fleecing the flock: The big business of swindling people who trust you. Buying the Body of Christ: How the communion wafer arrived in the capitalist marketplace. Evangelicals of all stripes are outraged at a new marriage book by controversial Seattle pastor Mark Driscoll. Atheism in America: Godlessness is the last big taboo in the US, where non-believers face discrimination and isolation. A review of The Bible, the School, and the Constitution: The Clash that Shaped Modern Church-State Doctrine by Steven K. Green. The Americans with Disabilities Act makes it illegal to discriminate against people based on their disabilities — unless, apparently, the institution doing the discrimination is a church. Occupying Faith: What Occupy can learn from the mistakes of the Church.