How do traditional church and state relations, developed within Christian legal orders, respond to Muslim immigration and religious diversification? Focusing on Great Britain and Germany, this question is treated from a comparative perspective in this book. After looking at the history of establishment and disestablishment in Great Britain and Scandinavia, the book's contributions cover specific aspects, such as the individual's legal protection in religious courts, employment disputes, church autonomy, the role of religious communities in public life, and the legal status of Muslim communities in particular. Additionally, some of the essays show how the relationship is influenced by the European Convention on Human Rights. The book is the result of a research project that forms part of the Cluster of Excellency "Religion and Politics" of the University of Munster, Germany. (Series: Schriften zum Religionsrecht - Vol. 4)

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