The silent war on religious liberty
The Governor of Louisiana sails into American elites trying to circumscribe religious freedom
If you like your religion, you can keep your religion
Why does the Obama administration think that providing contraception is more important than religious freedom?
For academics, religion is a conflict of interests
A campaign against a bioethics professor turns very nasty.
Christian persecution is part of a global crisis, says UK minister
Christianity is haemorrhaging in the Middle East. The world must act, says the UK's first Muslim cabinet minister.
Waiting for the Supreme Court to rescue religious freedom
Business owners fighting Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate heard some good news last week.
A declaration of tolerance
In 313 Christians finally won their place in the ancient world with the Edict of Milan.
Religious freedom: nice idea, but what does it mean?
If we are serious about it, religious freedom obliges us to make hard decisions about what to protect and what not to protect.
Quebec’s coup d’etat against religious freedom
Will the government eventually use its Charter of Values to suppress freedom of conscience and religion among health care workers?
Should schools teach about religions?
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It's an idea that looks good on paper but can in fact lead to dangerous madness.
Keep it at home and hidden in a closet
The Quebec government is waging a war on religion.
How redefining marriage threatens freedom of speech
A pioneer of gay liberation has made it clear that the real goal is an assault on religious values.
No, all women do not support the contraceptive mandate
The Obama administration thinks that women care more about free contraceptives than freedom of religion.
The slow erosion of religious freedom in Europe
By failing to recognize the importance of religion as a support for human rights, European courts are slowly eroding religious liberty.
“Why Tolerate Religion?”
In an influential book, a Princeton professor argues glibly that religion deserves no special legal consideration.
Is Europe discriminating against Christians?
1700 years after the Edict of Milan, religious intolerance is still a problem, even if the platitudes flow thick and fast.
We cannot abandon Syrian Christians
Allies of al-Qaeda are purging the areas they control of "infidels". Why is the West ignoring this tragedy?
Indifference to the fate of Middle East Christians has ancient roots
The Western media is using an centuries-old playbook in its treatment of Iraqi, Syrian and Egyptian Christians.
Constantine and the birth of religious tolerance
It is exactly 1700 years since the Emperor Constantine gave official recognition to Christianity.
Disappointment in Strasbourg
Religious freedom in the UK takes another hit in the courts.