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Switzerland, beyond the minaret ban

In November, 2009, peace-loving Switzerland shocked itself and the world when over 57 percent of its voters supported a referendum … Continued

Cordoba House: When Fear and Freedom Meet

Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Joel C. Hunter, Senior Pastor at Northland Church in Longwood, FL. Dr. Hunter is the … Continued

The right to choose your own religion

By N. Mahmood Ahmad Recently Israel, the only liberal-democratic state in the Middle East, attempted to adopt legislation granting a … Continued

Mosque is insensitive; so are pandering politicians

The New York City community board endorsed the Cordoba House, a community center and mosque planned for construction near Ground … Continued

We the people at prayer

By Carol and Philip Zaleskireligion teachers, authors Prayer is everywhere: on the battlefield, in the birthing room, on the deathbed, … Continued

Reaction to retirement of Justice Stevens

Reactions to the announced retirement of Justice John Paul Stevens: Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty: The U.S. Supreme Court … Continued

Rites and Wrongs

The relationship between the church and the state, between morality and legality, has always been contentious on these shores, even … Continued

On the Loss of Privacy

That the 2008 campaign is drawing attention to the declining fortunes of American secularism is a point I have been … Continued