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Religious Freedom Isn’t Just for Christians

Had Domineque Ray been a Christian, he’d have been executed with a chaplain kneeling by his side, praying with him. But Domineque Ray was not a Christian, and he did not want a Christian chaplain. He wanted his imam present in the execution chamber instead. At a January 23 meeting, …

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Victory! South Carolina Upholds Religious Freedom

An Obama-era regulation barred faith-based and federally funded foster care programs from discriminating on the basis of religion. (Actually, if people applied this idea consistently, this would mean secular adoption organizations would be barred as well, as there’s no neutral worldview position; secularism/atheism is a religion. This regulation forced religious …

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Malaysia: religious freedom in chaos

Malaysia (MNN) – Last fall, a Member of Parliament in Malaysia issued a public call for religious freedom, the first of its kind, according to the Religious Freedom Institute. Ms. Kasthuri Patto was urging the government to sign the UN Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and …

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Freedom from Religion Foundation—Against the Constitution!

To: Kentucky Public School Superintendents From: Nathan W. Kellum, Chief Counsel, Center for Religious Expression Re: Freedom From Religion Foundation’s Attack on the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter By way of introduction, the Center for Religious Expression (CRE) is a non-profit public interest law firm that focuses on First Amendment …

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