Solidarity and Subsidiarity
Peter Augustine Lawler, Starting Points
Each American knows he or she is a citizen, but also more than a citizen. Solidarity with all human beings—through a universal conception of rights and of citizenship in the City of God—means that our world isn’t irredeemably divided into bands of friends out to rob their enemies blind.
12 Trends That Shaped U.S. Religion Since the ’70s
Philip Jenkins, EthicsDaily.com
What are the most significant changes and megatrends that have occurred in the U.S. since the mid-1970s?
The Moral and Spiritual Blessings of Trade Among All Nations
Sarah Skwire, FEE
Back in the fourth century St John Chrysostom argued that God had arranged the geography of the world in such a way that humans would be required to trade with one another to meet their needs.
Religious Freedom in the Muslim World: A Nuanced Appraisal
Daniel Philpott, Public Discourse
What is the status of religious freedom in Islam, and what are its prospects? An answer to this question must begin with a nuanced appraisal of the political theologies that govern different Muslim nations.