Christian Leaders May Return to Nicaea: What Does It Mean?
Emma Green, The Atlantic
In 2025, Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox Christians could go back to the place where early followers of Jesus tried to create a consensus among all of Christendom.
Groups push military for more religious liberty
Meredith Somers, Washington Times
“This is our military telling service members to raise their hands and ask permission before they dare to utter an expression of faith,” Mr. Fleming said during a speech at the Family Research Council.
Neo-Jim Crow in the Middle East
Gary Bauer, Washington Times
Sadly, a version of Jim Crow has been resurrected — but this time, his targets are the ancient Christian populations of the Middle East. Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/may/29/bauer-an-old-evil-in-the-middle-east/#ixzz33D9Ga5pu Follow us: @washtimes on Twitter
25 years after Tiananmen Square, China tightens grip on religious freedom
William McKenzie, CNN
Twenty-five years after Tiananmen Square – where on June 4, 1989, Chinese soldiers turned their guns on protesting students and activists – freedom remains elusive.