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As the World Turns
An executive order on religious freedom might not really be necessary if we had a Constitution. Sorry, we do—so why the order?
The Burden of Freedom
For the first liberty from which all modern liberties emanated is religious liberty, the freedom to worship God according to one’s conscience.
Liberty on the Air
One thing I’m learning to accept as host of LifeQuest Liberty, is startling statements.
Unleashing the Churches!
During his presidential
Luther, Locke, and Human Dignity
Do we have actual, hard evidence that the Protestant concept of dignity has actually contributed to notions of modern democracy and human rights in our world?
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What grade would you give the current administration when it comes to protecting religious liberty? Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, hands out his report card.
You know you're in trouble as a nation when people in high places start debating the real meaning of the Statue of Liberty poem. Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, examines today's chaos and what's happened to the American Dream.
History of the Wall, Part 2
There seems to be a bit of confusion, especially among some religious organizations and politicians, about what constitutes the "wall of separation" referred to by Thomas Jefferson. Greg Hamilton, President of the Northwest Religious Liberty Association, weighs in.
History of the Wall, Part 1
The separation of church and state has always been a cornerstone belief at Liberty magazine. Just how "separate" do they have to be? Greg Hamilton, President of the Northwest Religious Liberty Association, offers a history lesson.
The Supreme Court
They've been making decisions since 1789. It's where, in the United States, the legal buck stops cold. Kevin James, associate director of the North American Religious Liberty Association--Southern Union Chapter, examines the Supreme Court and recent rulings.
America has always prided itself on its education system. But under the new management set in place, the future is somewhat cloudy. Amireh Al-Haddad, director of the North American Religious Liberty Association--Southern Union Chapter, suggests what may lie ahead.