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More on Yesterday's Decision in Zubik

Marc has posted a rundown of yesterday’s decision in Zubik v. Burwellthe ACA case. I’d like to add just a few quick observations. 829 more words

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2015-2016 Year-End Message Now Available

The Center for Law and Religion’s Year-End Message for 2015-2016 is now available on our website. Among the highlights:

  • A major grant from the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation to support the start of of the…
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Mark L. Movsesian

Movsesian "Human Dignities" Paper Now on SSRN

For those who are interested, a draft version of my article, “Of Human Dignities,” is now available on SSRN. The article will appear in a forthcoming symposium issue of the… 213 more words

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USCIRF Issues Annual Report

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has released its annual report, finding that that religious freedom is under “serious and sustained assault” across the globe.  36 more words

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Roundtable on "Christian Human Rights"

For readers who are interested, the H-Diplo Roundtable Review has published my essay on Harvard Law Professor Samuel Moyn’s provocative recent monograph, Christian Human Rights… 542 more words

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Repairs at the Holy Sepulcher

Here is a little good news about Mideast Christians, for a change. Last week, the three principal Christian communities that maintain the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem announced that they have reached agreement on repairs to the… 376 more words

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Calling It Genocide

In a press statement yesterday, US Secretary of State John Kerry did what many human rights activists have been asking him to do for months: he called ISIS’s treatment of Christians and other religious minorities “genocide.” Kerry’s statement came as a surprise. 831 more words

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