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INCLUSION & RESPECT
Buddhism wasn’t the only religion that had a profound impact on MLK. A religious intellectual, MLK owned a copy of the Book of Mormon.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
On Religious Freedom Day, I am profoundly grateful to live in a country where I can freely express my own beliefs as a member of a minority religion.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
The First Amendment, being words on paper, cannot defend against anything. It is only people—those who take those words and turn them into living, breathing ideas—that can make a difference.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
As Freedom Forum’s David Callaway relates in his article, the Sikhs’ defense of others has never ceased.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
A “freedom of religion” based on intolerance toward all but one or two religions is not acceptable in a free and tolerant society.
COMBATING BIGOTRY & HATE
Had there been no Freedom Summer, and no national attention focused on civil rights, would bigotry and hate have continued to flourish unabated?
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
It would be a dark and soulless world without our religious institutions to coax us to care for each other and to believe in something greater than ourselves.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
If we allow courts to override agreements made between parishioner and religious institution, we will be setting a very dangerous precedent.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
Often these situations are set off to the side while what are characterized as more pressing concerns are addressed.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
No civil law can violate the sacred conscience of religion, because each religion has its own sovereignty established under God.