The following came to me via Gabby Speach, editor of the journal Public Discourse; I'm posting here for anyone interested in these particular pieces:
I’m the Managing Editor of Public Discourse, an online journal designed to educate readers on the moral foundations of free societies. We just published three articles by professors at Notre Dame and Hillsdale that might be of interest to your blog readers—their debate is more broadly about the principles guiding the Constitution, but they each take different positions on the American founders’ view of religion.
Nathan Schlueter (associate professor of philosophy at Hillsdale), “Natural Law Liberalism Beyond Romanticism,”http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2013/03/7511/
Phillip Muñoz (associate professor of political science at Notre Dame), “Sustaining American Liberalism in Principle and Practice,”http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2013/03/7857/
Patrick Deneen (professor of political science at Notre Dame), “Liberalism’s Logic and America’s Challenge: A Reply to Schlueter and Muñoz,”http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2013/03/9458/