Paul Marshall is Wilson Professor of Religious Freedom at Baylor University, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and the Religious Freedom Institute, and a contributing editor of Providence.
Despite the refusal of the Biden Administration to acknowledge the religious nature of the conflict in Northern Nigeria, it is certainly there.
Paul MarshallFebruary 28, 2023
Why is New York State passing a blasphemy law reminiscent of Iranian theocracy?
Paul MarshallJanuary 8, 2023
The new criminal code of Indonesia has been criticized by journalists and the State Department for its banning of illicit sex, blasphemy, and partial news.
Paul MarshallDecember 19, 2022
The Empress of Austria-Hungary and the Spiritual Significance of Authority
Paul MarshallNovember 1, 2022
The decades-long campaign of violence against those accused of insulting Islam seems to be succeeding
Paul MarshallSeptember 7, 2022
It is awful enough news that Egypt’s Christians are suffering the effects of years of restrictions on building churches. Yet it is even worse news that they may, yet again, have also become the target of Islamic terrorists.
Paul MarshallSeptember 2, 2022
The Canadian government released a report that addresses “Re-Defining Chaplaincy.” It reveals both secularist bigotry and the current Canadian government’s continuing campaign to use state funds to support the current government’s “values,” even though those purported values have no legal grounding.
Paul MarshallMay 13, 2022
The Canadian trucker protests deserve attention, especially viewed in the light of recent events in Canada that have been little-known outside the country, and also for what they reveal about the country’s political order and class divisions.
Paul MarshallFebruary 28, 2022
This new edition of Baroness Cox: Eyewitness to a Broken World by Lela Gilbert shows that the international religious freedom advocate is not slowing down, and her recent ventures take several additional chapters to describe.
Paul MarshallFebruary 4, 2022
As we remember Archbishop Desmond Tutu, we should, amongst many others, also remember the great Reverend Beyers Naudé.
Paul MarshallDecember 31, 2021