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Today we see an unprecedented involvement in public policy by religious factions.
From the burning lands of the Arab world… My Story
Lend me your attention, and I shall tell you my story. My exodus story!
With Silent Lips
America is a pragmatic, albeit imperfect, application of a apocalyptic vision—an application inadvertently set by the founding Anglo-Protestant settlers.
If the rights really are rights, aren’t they ours by default?
Framing the Religion Clauses…First Things First
The two basic interpretations of what the constitutional framers intended the establishment clause to mean are the “separationist” position and the “accommodationist” position.
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Hands Across the Gulf
Seems to be a trend these days: different faith groups that used to be at odds with each other embracing each other. Why? And is it a good thing? Lincoln Steed explains.
Freedom is much more than a social or political entity. It can be academic as well. What better place to teach acceptance and tolerance than on our college campuses, right?
The New Zealand Shootings
What happened in New Zealand recently has shown a light on the common flesh that all people of all religions in all nations share. Grief is no respecter of persons.
Lebanon of Fire
Lebanon is a jewel of a nation situated at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea. Like many things of great value, Lebanon had to be refined—this time by fire. Lincoln Steed shares a story.
Most people will tell you that change in good—that things need to be refreshed, altered, or even transformed to stay relevant. Does this count for nations as well?