Posts Tagged ‘Religious Freedom Education Project’

‘Religion, the Supreme Court, and the 2012 Election: What is at stake?’ — POSTPONED

POSTPONED Oct. 30 panel at the Newseum will look at how the presidential election outcome could reshape the ideological direction of the high court on religious-liberty issues. NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED

Groups produce guide on U.S. Muslims

Interfaith Alliance and Religious Freedom Education Project release answers to frequently asked questions on religious freedom and American Muslims.

‘Church, State and the Birth of Liberty’

Award-winning author John M. Barry will lead a discussion of Roger Williams, the 17th century pioneer in religious freedom, March 7 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

Blog reports on ‘What is the Truth about Islam?’ panel

Allison Goldstein of Sixth & I Synagogue in Washington attends program in which speakers answer questions from the public about Muslims, radical Islamists, Shariah law and related topics.