23. Privileging Communication: Evidentiary Admissible Statements and Comparison in the Study of Religion
Contemporary Views on Comparative Religion - In Celebration of Tim Jensen’s 65th Birthday - Peter Antes
The idea of privileging communication is examined with reference to a test case before the Ontario Law Courts. The case raises the question about fake and genuine practice of religion, how the distinction is to be made at the intersect of religion and law, and what gets publicly disclosed in that context.