God and the IRS: Accommodating Religious Practice in United States Tax Law (Cambridge University Press, 2018)

Samuel Brunson focuses his research on the taxation of investments, investors, and religious institutions. He also writes about matters related to the administration of tax law. By dissecting the many problems and breakdowns that can occur when tax meets religion in the U.S. and showing how the federal government has too often responded to these issues in an unprincipled, ad hoc manner, his book presents a compelling and thoughtful framework to understanding tax and religion.