From a Distance
How can we maintain this bottom-line marker of “the dream” in a post-Reformation-awareness era?
Universalizing Support for Religious Liberty
In today’s climate, the public consensus needed to provide foundational support for religious liberty and equality seems increasingly unstable.
Fifteenth Annual Religious Liberty Dinner—Voices for Freedom
More than 150 diplomats, religious liberty advocates, and guests gathered in support of religious liberty on June 1 at the fifteenth annual Religious Liberty dinner held in the Religious Freedom Center of the Newseum Institute in Washington, D.C.
Church Is Out
Thousands of Acadians died, lifetime dreams were shattered; property was plundered and seized; family ties, culture, and communities were shredded. The pain and inhumanity of the Acadian deportation echoes down through the years—injustice stands naked in the retrospective eye of history.
The Stranger Within the Gates
Immigration is a hot topic, and it is easy to throw one blanket over all the undocumented people in the country.
A Place of Refuge
If we ever hope to resolve the immigration situation, we must take a good hard look at what is best for all people, the citizens we have and those who hope to become citizens.
The Trail of Crocodile Tears
What happened in the Armenian Massacre, what are its implications for today, and what lessons can we take from it?