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The Greatest of These
My appeal is for America to rediscover its true greatness, which always lay in the direction of moral power.
Roland’s Red Pencil
Roland R. Hegstad. Liberty Editor 1959-1994/35 years
The Man. The Magazine.
American Exceptionalism Examined
If Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-1859), the celebrated French author of Democracy in America, awakened in present-day America, he would likely be deeply shocked by the polarization, radicalism, and most of all the hostility between liberalism and religion.
A Capital Decision?
On December 6, 2017, President Donald Trump officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
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Zealotry in Nigeria
If a person says the words “Boko Haram,” you can pretty much rest assured that what he or she says next won’t be complimentary. Lincoln Steed takes a look at a situation in Nigeria that should be of interest to any religious liberty proponent.
Religion for Rent
Today we head to the beautiful state of Oregon to examine the case of a church withdrawing an offer. Why would a Christian organization do such a secular thing? Lincoln Steed discusses what happens when religion is for rent.
Liberalism. What does it mean and why should we care whether it exists or not? Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, says we should both care and be concerned because the end result may not be for anyone’s good.
The Bible in Prison
A prisoner’s life is anything but safe and satisfying. What he or she needs is God’s Word to bring comfort and hope. But, in one case at least, that need is being challenged. Lincoln Steed shares the details and the lessons learned.
Cakes and Flowers
A baker and flower arranger have been in the news lately. How could practitioners of such benign professions find themselves in the media spotlight? Employment law attorney Michael Peabody explains. www.religiousliberty.tv