Protecting Religious Diversity, Even at the Mall
Mark Rienzi, The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
The federal government has lately been arguing that religious freedom is incompatible with making money, at least in the HHS Mandate context. On that view, one would expect a shopping mall to be a black hole for religious liberty.
Should Syria’s Christians Be Our Top Priority?
Kevin P. Emmert, Christianity Today
Assad’s forces have killed tens of thousands and have allegedly used chemical weapons. Toppling him could wipe out the country’s Christians. Is it worth it?
Vocation? What’s that?
Paul Grimmond, The Briefing
The heart of the problem lies in the constant connection between vocation and career.
Why Do People in the Poorest States Give the Most to Charity?
David Wilezol, Values & Capitalism
So why do residents of the poorest states give the most money? At first glance, it doesn’t make sense. Don’t the poorest citizens need to most tightly cling to their wealth?