MA Concordia University, Political Theory
PhD Concordia University, Comparative Religious Ethics
Field(s) of specialization
Religion, Law, and Public Policy; Religious Freedom and Human Rights; Social Ethics; Gender, Sexuality and Marriage; Catholic Social Thought
Articles/chapters in books and monographs
“Should Same-Sex Marriage Be Accepted?” (Jonathan Rauch and Daniel Cere in Debate) Crosscurrents: Contemporary Political Issues Fifth Edition, edited by Mark Charlton and Paul Barker, (Thomson Nelson, 2006)
“Marriage, Subordination and the Development of Christian Doctrine,” in Does Christianity Teach Male Headship? Equal Regard and its Critics, edited by David Blankenhorn, Don Browning and Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen, Grand Rapids: W.B.Eerdmans, 2004, 92-110.
Divorcing Marriage, co-edited with Douglas Farrow, McGill-Queens University Press, 2005
Le Mariage Attaqué, sous la direction de Daniel Cere et Douglas Farrow avec la collaboration de Jacques Henripin, Montreal: Editions des Oliviers, 2005.
The Future of Family Law, New York: IAV, 2005.
The Experts' Story of Courtship, New York: IAV, 2000
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