The Church Versus State Debate
We may not always succeed in winning the debate; but then, success is not our business. Being faithful--in both private and public--is.
More Than Any Day
Sunday Laws are symptomatic of the bigger question regarding the power of the state to enforce religious dogma.
“When Will We Overcome Religious Intolerance?”
America is an experiment in forming essential unity out of kaleidoscopic diversity. Whether it is a successful experiment remains to be answered.
Assessing the Secular Threat
Equal protection under American law is not only for persons holding to a religiously conservative worldview.
The State as Step-Parent
The protection of freedom of religion afforded by s. 2(a) of the [Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms] is broad and jealously guarded in our Charter jurisprudence.
Sao Paulo Has Its Day of Religious Freedom
A look at the Annual Religious Freedom Day in Sao Paolo, Brazil May 25, 2013.