Those in the West seeking religious revival shouldn’t look to the state.
To Beijing, any belief in a higher authority is a threat.
A town’s shameful surrender to fanaticism.
Undermining religious liberty by overextending it.
Currently, the Post Office can fire an employee who won’t deliver mail on the Sabbath.
The law as written is unenforceable.
If only opponents of expanded school choice would devote to improving public education half the ingenuity they invest in impeding competition.
Replacing academic freedom with cowardice.
For toleration, but against legal protections.
The Supreme Court has already laid the groundwork.
The case of 303 Creative may be less than meets the eye—but it could still have a real impact.
Argentina filters believers out of public service, while Mexico jails priests for telling their congregations to vote.
There are those on both the right and the left who wish to “employ government to regulate faith.”
Will the Orthodox college recognize a gay and lesbian campus group?
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