Veit Bader (Amsterdam): Post-Secularism or Liberal-Democratic Constitutionalism? Avihay Dorfman (Tel Aviv): Freedom from Religion. John Gray reviews Why Tolerate Religion? by Brian Leiter (and more). From The American Scholar, Robert Ingersoll, the Great Agnostic, inspired late-19th-century Americans to uphold the founders’ belief in separation of church and state. From Comment, "render unto Caesar": How did Jesus's words and actions about the kingdom of God define and shape the apostolic response to the Roman empire?; and Paul Brink on a vision of politics in which Christianity and liberalism have both been disestablished. From Geez, Mark Van Steenwyk on how Christo-anarchism is not a belief but a move toward non-domination; and Nekeisha Alexis-Baker on Jesus Radicals, reflection from a co-founder. Russell DiSilvestro reviews Peter Singer and Christian Ethics: Beyond Polarization by Charles C. Camosy. From Political Theology, the Two Kingdoms: Brad Littlejohn on a guide for the perplexed (in 6 parts); and a review of books on political theology. Southern slavery as it was: Adam Lee on the Bible as engine of extremism (and part 2).