Corrymeela’s community believes no one can unwind every evil of the past, so each person can only decide how he will live with others in the present.
Peter BurnsOctober 13, 2022
On December 9, 2020, Macron’s government introduced a bill that sought to address the violence perpetrated by Islamic extremists. But questions abound regarding the new law and religious freedom.
Tim ScheidererDecember 16, 2021
“The frightening danger of our disunion is that we face a world—at least the Western world —that is so largely united.”
Christianity & Crisis MagazineNovember 19, 2021
Do the extensive, reformative demands of the Hirak support religious freedom promotion in Algeria?
Piper SmithAugust 17, 2021
Why is there a rise in progressive and secular movements in Latin America, a region predominately inhabited by Christians? How should Christians and non-Christians view this concerning trend and its implications for religious freedom?
Andrea LealMay 24, 2021
Proponents of religious economy theory point to evidence suggesting that religious adherence decreases when a government actively promotes a church or hinders other beliefs.
Mark MeltonOctober 28, 2020
The “europeanization” of American politics, far from a reason to rejoice, should be the occasion for wailing and gnashing of teeth.
H. David BaerMay 23, 2020
Herbert Butterfield’s Christian faith essentially inspired his view of history and government and made him the English forerunner of a hopeful Christian Realism as an alternative to both Western secular materialist liberalism and collectivist atheist Marxism.
Tobias CremerApril 20, 2020
Dmitry Adamsky’s outstanding Russian Nuclear Orthodoxy explains the religious imagination that has swept not only through the Russian nuclear arsenal since 1991, but also into all levels of the country’s nuclear tirade, military forces, and even Russian foreign policy more broadly.
Robert JoustraJune 13, 2019