February 23 2017
For the past 50 years, few knew anything at all about what’s called “The Johnson Amendment.” Now it’s a hot topic on social media. Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, pulls back the curtain to reveal its history and why it’s under fire today.
February 09 2017
Donald Trump has been busy. One of his recent busy moments included what is perceived to be a ban on Muslims from certain parts of the world from entering the United States. Good idea? Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, weighs in on the topic.
February 02 2017
It’s tempting—to not say anything. You hear people bashing this or praising that and you know better—at least you think you do. Do you speak up or remain silent? Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, offers a cautionary tale from the Reformation.
January 31 2017
We all know the words. “One nation, under God?” But what are their real meanings? Kevin James, associate director for public affairs and religious liberty for the Southern Union of Seventh-day Adventists, shares insights into these powerful and often misunderstood words.
January 10 2017
Some say, arguably, that the Reformation began with Marin Luther. He was certainly a main player. But the movement had some subtext, especially when it came to the rich mix of cultures and peoples drawn into it. Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, explains.
December 15 2016
With the release of the movie, “Hacksaw Ridge,” public attention concerning the religious rights of U.S. servicemen and woman has reached an all-time high. Just how much freedom does a soldier, sailor, or airman have when it comes to following his or her conscience? Lieutenant Commander Robert Mills, chaplain in the U.S. Navy, offers insights.