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America’s Quest for Religious Freedom & the Political Scientist Who Made the Dream Come True

In the sweltering summer of 1789, James Madison penned sixteen words in spare prose that became the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Herein the founding fathers of a young government pledged separation of church and state, thus guaranteeing religious freedom for its citizens and establishing a free marketplace for religion in the United States. Utterly unprecedented in Western ... Read More »

Holocaust Survivor Shares His Life Story

Alter Wiener shared his story with the NPUC on June 17, 2013. His autobiography, From a Name to a Number, tells about his life and how he survived five concentration camps during World War II. Quote from his presentation: “The one who makes you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” Read More »

If You Think Christians Here Are Persecuted, Grow Up

Christians in Britain and the U.S. may fairly complain about being ridiculed… Read More »

Can Latino Evangelicals Save the Republican Party?

Republicans don’t like to boast about it in public, but one of the reasons they aren’t necessarily sweating the historic increase in Latino voters in politically pivotal states in future national elections is their faith in God… Read More »

Tunisia’s New Constitution Could Be Regional Model

Tunisia’s slow transition from dictatorship to democracy reaches an end with a final debate on the new constitution, the first in the Arab world to avoid mentioning… Read More »

Address by Ambassador Bennett at Religious Liberty Dinner

Religious freedom does not just mean freedom to worship. It also means freedom to study one’s faith; freedom to preach it; freedom to engage in missionary activity… Read More »