Acton Institute Powerblog Archives

Post Tagged 'Hobby Lobby'

Samuel Gregg: Economic Freedom And Religious Freedom Are Mutually Reinforcing

On The Daily Caller, Acton Research Director Samuel Gregg looks at the connection between economic liberty and religious freedom which, he observes, “has not been so obvious; or at least it wasn’t until cases such as Hobby Lobby’s started making their way through the American court system.” Also not so obvious is how the ever expanding welfare state in many countries — and the growing dependence of some religious charities on state funding — have had a negative impact on the institutional liberty of religious organization. Continue Reading...

Russell Moore on Why Religious Liberty Matters

One of the most profound ironies in our current debates over religious liberty is the Left’s persistent decrying of business as short-sighted and materialistic even as it attempts to prevent the Hobby Lobbys of the world from heeding their consciences and convictions. Continue Reading...

Why We Need To Get ‘Community’ Right

What is a “community?” What are the boundaries of a community or organization? And – most important – why is community important? Andy Crouch, writer, musician and Acton University plenary speaker, says we need to ask and answer these questions. Continue Reading...