The public value of religious faith
Mark DeForrest, The New Reform Club
In the midst of the “new atheist” attack on the value of religion as a public good, British philosopher Roger Scruton took part in a discussion regarding that topic over at the UK Independent online: Scruton defended religion as a force for good in society.
Cards Against Humanitarians
Ilya Lozovsky, Foreign Policy
How a satirical card game is skewering the international development industry — and raising uncomfortable critiques of the global development agenda.
Victims of China’s Religious Liberty ‘Crackdown’ Appeal to Obama. But Will He Help?
Madaline Donnelly, The Daily Signal
Earlier this week, as devout American Catholics took to the streets of Washington to celebrate the arrival of Pope Francis, four Chinese human rights activists sat in a small, plain congressional office room on Capitol Hill.
A Place for the Stateless: Can a Startup City Solve the Refugee Crisis?
Mark Lutter, Foundation for Economic Education
Can refugees (and billionaire investors) build their own state?