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Lincoln E. Steed

Editor, Liberty Magazine

Lincoln E. Steed is the editor of Liberty magazine, a 200,000 circulation religious liberty journal which is distributed to political leaders, judiciary, lawyers and other thought leaders in North America. He is additionally the host of the weekly 3ABN television show "The Liberty Insider," and the radio program "Lifequest Liberty."

Papal Encyclical on the Environment

September 28 2015

I write this after the release of the Papal encyclical on the environment but before Pope Francis’s September visit which is to include addresses to the U.S. Congress and the United Nations. We at Liberty, and all who value the resources our Creator has given us, applaud the document and that part of it which represents a “non-partisan” respect for the environment. However, I note the injection of a holy day into the discussion.

Here I Stand

September 14 2015

The case of Kim Davis, clerk for Rowan County, Kentucky, has hit the big-time with her imprisonment and then release to appear before an exultant crowd with presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee by her side. Is she a Joan of Arc here to save the Republic for God or a zealot ready to incite to rebellion?

The Theology of Terror and Freedom

November 03 2014

The President is right to declare the Islamic State outlaw, as its actions defy norms of civilized behavior; but he is playing with fire in attempting a theological whitewash.

Understanding Religious Liberty is an Essential Dynamic to Presenting Christ to the World

January 13 2014

This year for our 2014 Religious Liberty Campaign we are sharing the experience of Dr. John Sproad. John and his wife Arlene have lived lives of service even beyond their professional success in the medical field.

U.S. Supreme Court and Public Prayers

November 13 2013

The U.S. Constitution is quite explicit in its intention to prohibit the establishment of religion in the United States.

Are Gay Rights Court Wrongs?

July 03 2013
If there were some divided opinion on the role of the Supreme Court and its activism, the June 26 twofer that put aside the Defense of Marriage Act and...

Religious Liberty Not Well Defined

May 28 2013

Words mean a lot. We form thoughts and actions from them. It's vital we know what we mean by “religious liberty.”

Covering for Acts of God

May 02 2013

Disaster relief to rebuild churches is direct subsidy of operation. It is not even egalitarian as the banter of the Supremes imagined—it will reward those largest religious denominations either by congregation of replacement value of  the particular edifice.

Living Arrangements

April 03 2013

So where is the Supreme Court going to land on gay marriage? It is about as risky to project a court decision as it is to predict a new pope's identity.

Fear Today, Drone Tomorrow

March 07 2013

It is a given that any civil liberty loss has implications for religious liberty. But that equation can be writ large in the war on terror, as that conflict has everything to do with radical religious views and what nations consider religious threat.

Pope Benedict Announces He Will Retire: What does this mean for his church and religious liberty?

February 14 2013

After the shock of September 11, 2001, it would seem that a certain numbness of sensibility has allowed the world to absorb a succession of otherwise near apocalyptic events. The February 11 announcement by Pope Benedict XVI that he will retire February 28 in some ways evokes a religious 9/11.

More Things Are Wrought By Prayer

March 08 2012

School prayer has been a matter of serious contention for decades. In 1962 the Supreme Court in Engel v. Vitale determined that it is unconstitutional for state officials to compose a school prayer and have it recited in public schools. In some ways this case can be seen as a catalyst for two extremes since.

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