„Law and religion in the biblical canon“, in: Silvio Ferrari (Hg.), Routledge Handbook of Religion, London u. New York: Routledge, 2015, 17-27.
Law and religion “continue to cross-over and cross-fertilize each other.” Not only throughout history but still today, as John Witte (2015, in this volume) rightly states, have law and religion been related conceptually, methodologically and institutionally. They share hermeneutical, casuistic, systematic and pedagogical methods, and they are both deeply related to human morality.