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RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
This situation has gotten so bad that there are now law firms that specialize in defending churches’ rights against suppressive government zoning boards, and these law firms make enough to stay in business just combating government suppression of religion.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
He was shot five times—twice in the stomach, twice in the leg and once in the elbow. He wasn’t a Marine and he wasn’t deployed in Afghanistan or Iraq.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
This year, on the last night of the holiday, as the candles in our menorah flickered out with puffs of smoke, I thought of the meaning of Hanukkah. We celebrate a long ago victory in a fight for religious freedom.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
Whatever your religious beliefs may be, it is likely that others who share them are being attacked in some corner of the world. What if it were you?
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
I recently read an article in which the author asserted that the purpose of freedom of religion and “separation of church and state” is to protect religion from government (not the other way around).
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
This is not free thinking. This is hostile to religion and to an individual’s freedom of religious choice, as outlined explicitly in the U.S. Constitution and its amendments.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
Over the 2016 Christmas period, Boca Raton’s traditional Christian Nativity scene gained an unlikely neighbor: a satanic display in the form of an inverted blood-red pentagram. It was put there by a member of the FFRF (Freedom from Religion Foundation), a middle school language arts teacher named Preston Smith. And he’s planning to repeat the operation in 2017.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
“Religious studies” should, in my view, be just that—a comparative study of a whole array of religions, giving an overview of spirituality in the world.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
More than ever in these tumultuous times, Man needs knowledge of his own spirituality and a higher state to reach for as a goal.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
Most world religions share a common purpose, whether it’s acknowledging spirituality, encouraging humanitarianism or preaching honesty and integrity. Yet, despite how constructive these may be, a recent report found that attacks on religious liberty have been on the rise.