Should We Be Taxing Churches?
Thomas Holgrave, The Hipster Conservative
In this country, churches are only one type of a wide range of different kinds of non-profit institutions favored with tax-exempt status.
What Is The Harmful Side of Regulation?
Brian Baugus, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Being sinful, flawed, and limited creatures, we regularly take a God-given idea and distort it to our own purposes, often at the expense of others. How might regulations be misused?
Faith, Liberty, and the “Price of Citizenship”
Seth Mandel, Commentary
Challenging the ruling doesn’t necessitate a belief that private businesses are not subject to anti-discrimination laws. But the ruling suggests that the owners of Elane Photography’s Christian beliefs are now classified as discriminatory under the state’s human-rights laws, threatening to put church and state in open–and open-ended–conflict.
A Question for Progressive Christians on Religious Liberty
Derek Rishmawy, Reformedish
Is resisting Empire only about economic and military issues, or can it be about social and moral issues as well?