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Tag: Freedom of Religion
  • Church, State, and Cohesiveness

    The robust separation of Church and State at the federal level that we enjoy as Americans was never intended as an attack on people of faith; it was designed to guard against the sort of tribalism that ensues when this wall does is not present. While religion could be established at the state level, it …

  • ‘Ground Zero Mosque’ Opposition about Freedom of Religion or Not?

    In the ongoing debate over the proposed “Ground Zero Mosque,” those opposing it have often claimed that they are not arguing that government should have the ability to stop the construction of the site. They say that the other side’s constant criticism that the opposition to the mosque represents an attempt at restricting freedom of …

  • Religious Freedom … Just Not for Muslims

    The so-called “Ground Zero Mosque” is a rather good test of our committment to religious freedom. It seems that under different circumstances, say a group of Christians wanting to build a church on property they owned, there would be little to no outcry. But it’s not Christians wanting to build a house of worship near …