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The First Amendment separates church from state, but not religion from public life – and it doesn’t require equal time or balanced treatment for all faiths and beliefs.
Amid persecutions of Christians, Muslims and other faiths around the globe, Face to Faith is a beacon of hope.
Supreme Court ruling is neither the all-out assault on women’s rights alleged by some on the left nor the major expansion of religious freedom trumpeted by many on the right.
U.S. Supreme Court puts an end to bias-based lawsuit challenging permit for construction of an Islamic Center near Murfreesboro.
A student who handed out flyers is charged with religious discrimination for disseminating views critical of a religious group. But wait, there’s more.
Decision in New York case creates confusion for government officials who now must decide when an official legislative or meeting prayer crosses the line into proselytizing or disparaging other religions.
As religious diversity continues to expand in all parts of America, many school and city officials may be forced to decide that the only viable solution is not to close schools on religious holidays.
We can act to inoculate the next generation against the sick and twisted ideology that inspired Frazier Glenn Miller to gun down three innocent people in a fit of rage against the Jews.
The biggest problem with protection laws for student religious expression is the potential for abuse.
The issue is fast becoming a shouting match where any concern for the common good is lost in the din of charge and countercharge.
The sad lesson of the battle over S.B. 1062 is that in the current climate of name-calling and fear-mongering, few people on either side are willing to work together to uphold both nondiscrimination and religious freedom.
Despite what you hear, prayer has never been banned in school; what’s banned is government-forced prayer.
Putin’s “new Russia” looks very much like the old Russia that denied freedom of expression, religious liberty and other human rights.
When people of faith choose to live out that faith in the world of business, they should not be put to what the Supreme Court once called ‘the cruel choice’ between following their God and making a profit.
Christian pastor Saeed Abedini, imprisoned in Iran, is just one of thousands imprisoned for their different faiths around the world.