The Journal of the American Academy of Religion published a nice review of Our Non-Christian Nation yesterday.  The review is only available to subscribers, but the awesome folks at the BU Law Library got a hold of it for me.  It’s terrific.  Here’s a little quote:

Wexler is an expert in Constitutional law and once clerked under Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  But he is also a humorist who writes with verve and more than a little irreverence . . . Wexler has a knack for taking complicated Constitutional principles and jurisprudence and rendering them understandable, often while pointing out their absurdities . . . Wexler’s writing makes this book ideal for getting undergraduates interested in these issues.  This would be an excellent choice for a course on the First Amendment, pluralism, or religion in America.