Law and Religion in Africa
The volumes in the Law and Religion in Africa series contain peer-reviewed articles submitted, presented, and revised pursuant to the annual conferences that the African Consortium for Law and Religion Studies (ACLARS) has held around the African Continent since its founding in 2014. ACLARS and the books in this series examine the various interactions of law and religion in Africa’s diverse landscape. Topics have included religious freedom, religious pluralism, heritage and social development, security, human flourishing, and the environment. Drawing upon descriptive methods of sociology and anthropology, as well as on the normative fields of law, theology, and ethics, the conferences and books in this series bring together law and religion scholars, religious leaders, and government leaders, as well as representatives of Christian, Muslim, and indigenous traditions to address some of the most compelling issues affecting Africa today.