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Religious liberty can provide freedom from sin, but it’s not an unlimited force against all rights infringements. When civil and religious rights clash, one must eclipse the other. But which one?
We’ve all heard of the book, “Pilgrims Progress,” a classic in every since of the word. It’s a book, it’s a movie, and now, in Australia, it’s a musical with a powerful message.
We all like to believe that our constitution assures our religious freedoms. But, there’s more to it than that. Sometimes what’s needed most, to assure freedom, is love.
It may seem like a strange connection to make, but the fires, floods, hurricanes, and other calamities that strike a nation can and do have an impact of personal freedoms.
The young people of the world need to be brought up-to-speed concerning the religious freedom issues we all face. One organization is doing just that, with hopeful and far-reaching results.
Labor unions. Good, bad, dangerous? They promote protection, but sometimes deliver the opposite. Lincoln Steed and Bruce Cameron discuss the downside to being a member.
Labor unions. Good, bad, dangerous? They promote protection, but sometimes deliver the opposite. Lincoln Steed and Bruce Cameron discuss the downside to being a member
Just how valuable are labor unions to the Christian worker? Do they do enough to protect his or her rights or can they actually work contrary to long-held spiritual beliefs?
Do labor unions—organizations that say they exist to protect workers from unscrupulous or unlawful labor activates—also protect worker’s beliefs? Are they the savior of the workforce?
The entrenchment of the America slave culture was tied up with the movement of sin across the face of the earth. Only one power could uproot it. Unrestrained love.
Sex scandals--on an international scale--are bringing this once dominate religion to its knees. Lincoln Steed says the problem is as old as time and needs to be addressed now.
“I will honor your rights and religion as long as it doesn’t interfere with my bottom line.” This seems to be the motto of American expansion past and present. Just ask an American Indian.
When do my rights eclipse yours? Does what I believe override what you believe? Civil rights versus free expression. How do we find our way forward? Lincoln Steed offers suggestions.
Grief and conflict seems to be the foundation stones of Iran these days. But it hasn’t always been that way. Lincoln Steed shares insights into why this Middle Eastern country is so sad.
A rose by any other name. When is a Christian not a Christian? Lincoln Steed suggests that many of faith have lost sight of those things that bind us as we suspiciously examine those things that don’t.
Fences and walls make good neighbors. They also can form the front lines of wars. When are walls a good thing, and not? Lincoln Steed shares insights and suggestions.
Oil and water. Church and State. Some elements shouldn’t mix. Or should they? The U.S. State Department seems to be attempting the improbable. Lincoln Steed explains.
History may not repeat itself, but it certainly rhymes with itself from time to time. Lincoln Steed focuses on one particular verse in the heart-breaking sonnet of the Second World War.
The government of the United States has the power to, simply put, prevent someone from being somewhere. Lincoln Steed discusses Exclusion Orders and why they can be dangerous to liberty.
What’s your view of God? Sometimes we forget that even how we construct that whole idea of God in our minds can come under attack. Lincoln Steed reveals sad moments from history.
Being a Christian missionary is tough enough. But what’s happening in one country these days adds a whole new layer of uncertainty and challenge. Lincoln Steed explains.
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.
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.
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.
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
One doesn’t usually combine the word “Protestant” with the word “Slave.” But that’s exactly what Lincoln Steed does in this broadcast. History reveals a dangerous connection.
The Biblical books of Daniel and Revelation have a lot to say about the "End Time;" the "Apocalyptic Times" in which we may or may not be living. Lincoln Steed offers insights.
The President wields certain personal powers that can be a force for good—or evil (depending on whom you ask). Lincoln Steed examines “executive orders” and our nation’s religious freedoms.