Tag Archives: religious liberty

A good day in the long international struggle for democracy and religious liberty

The best assurances of religious freedom around the world are thriving democracies and a commitment to the rule of law. Democracy and religious freedom are inextricably related, and although there are democratically elected governments that are not working hard enough … Continue reading

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Middle East extremists fail, World Vision’s victory, climate change change, and the Boxer rebellion

 The extremists fail this time: Despite a deadly attack by Hamas, the Middle East peace talks continued. The determination, this time, to continue talking despite the deadly attacks by Hamas on Israeli settlers in the West Bank this week looks … Continue reading

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Supremes Jump Back Into 10 Commandments Fray

The Supreme Court said yesterday that it will take up the constitutionality of Ten Commandments displays on government land and buildings. This was a surprise to many because the justices have repeatedly refused to revisit issues raised by their 1980 … Continue reading

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