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Why Liberty of Conscience Is the Most Important Issue in 2012

This particular issue is practically the only issue that interests me in politics and I am convinced that it is the main political issue that all believers should be concerned with…. More Read More »

The Mormon Constitution

The implications of believing that the Declaration of Independence is divinely inspired… More Read More »

Conservative Congressman Blasts Bachmann’s Anti-Muslim Allegations, Stands Up For Religious Liberty

One of the most conservative congressmen in the country stepped up to defend Huma Abedin, a top aide to Secretary of State Hilary Clinton,… More Read More »

Obama’s Olive Branch Doctrine ( PART II )

Religion & the Path of Democratic Reform in the Arab-Muslim World resident Obama’s middle-ground approach to the credible and well-established “Clash of Civilizations” theme – when formulating international religious freedom policy – is best understood when placed on a scale between tolerance and international consensus (an interfaith, “soft-power” approach), and America’s constitutional ideal of religious freedom and human rights (an ... Read More »

Obama’s Olive Branch Doctrine ( PART I )

Religion & the Path of Democratic Reform in the Arab-Muslim World resident Barack Obama came to Cairo in 2009 with the purpose of announcing to the Arab-Muslim world that he was not following his predecessor’s “Democracy Project” as a matter of U.S. Middle East policy. One could call this Obama’s “Olive Branch Doctrine”: the message that interfaith tolerance & unity, ... Read More »

Church & State

When the Vatican recalled its envoy in Dublin, Archbishop Giuseppe Leanza, on July 25th it marked a low point in diplomatic relations between Ireland and the Holy See… More Read More »

Should Religion Play a Role in Politics?

Reflections on the general question of the role of religion in our political life… More Read More »

Church-State Evaluation

of Supreme Court nominee Sotomayor based on her written opinions… Read More »

Church, State, and the Postal Service

The Contentious History of Sunday Mail Delivery… More Read More »

Politics & Religion: Should the United States Be Governed by Religious or Secular Principles?

Do Christians have a role in politics? Cindy Chamberlain, managing editor, Gleaner magazine, interviews Greg Hamilton Download PDF of full article Read More »