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Anti-Semitism and the Progressive Doctrine of Intersectionality

Who’s Afraid of Religious Liberty?

By Richard Samuelson

Seeking to prohibit every kind of “discrimination,” activists in and out of government threaten the free practice of, among other faiths, Judaism. 5,107 more words


Defender of the Flock

By Ross Engel

In the Mel Gibson film The Patriot, there is a scene that I have always appreciated. The Colonial Militia solicits the men of a congregation to take up arms to fight against the British. 990 more words


Vladimir Putin: "One should not completely draw a line between the culture and the church."

“The Russian Orthodox Church contributes to the promotion of moral values in society. One should not completely draw a line between the culture and the church. 46 more words

Politics/Current Events

Fried, "Charlemagne"

In October, the Harvard University Press will release “Charlemagne,” by Johannes Fried (University of Frankfurt). The publisher’s description follows:

When Charlemagne died in 814 CE, he left behind a dominion and a legacy unlike anything seen in Western Europe since the fall of Rome. 226 more words

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Satanic Temple offers "After School Satan" clubs for public schools

Published: Fresh U. August 5, 2016. Viewable here.

  Unlike in horror flicks such as Rosemary’s Baby – where worshippers of Satan kept their philosophy under wraps – “After School Satan” clubs might be coming to a public school near you, a piece of news which has caused quite a stir already. 564 more words

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Family Research Council Statement on NBA All-Star Game Re-Locating to New Orleans

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the NBA announced it will move the 2017 NBA All-Star Game to New Orleans, Louisiana. The game was originally scheduled to be hosted in Charlotte, North Carolina, but the NBA moved the game out of Charlotte in protest over passage of North Carolina’s House Bill 2, which provides common sense protections for bathroom privacy and against government overreach. 219 more words

Regent to Host the 2016 Conference of Religiously Affiliated Law Schools

On September 29-30, Regent University School of Law will host the annual Religiously Affiliated Law Schools conference. Speakers include Professors Robert Cochran (Pepperdine), Robin Fretwell Wilson (University of Illinois), and Linda McClain (Boston University) and State Senator Stuart Adams (Utah). 9 more words

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