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The saga of Jan Huss.
Roger Williams, after his banishment from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, had but one great objective to which he devoted the rest...
A tribute to John V. Stevens.
Conflict between Office Depot and right-to-life activism.
A community response to the San Bernardino shooting.
Christian attitudes on politics and morality can lead to confusion.
The morality of ecological meltdown.
He was pugnacious. He was opinionated. He was humorous, but dangerous when provoked. And he had become an institution in...
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.
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?
Is this exertion of executive power merely typical of contemporary civil rights & due process, or is it, as Senator Paul suggests, "an affront to the Constitutional due process rights of all Americans."
In 1954 Congress passed the Johnson Amendment (prepared by Lyndon Johnson) which said that non-profits (including churches) could not speak in favor of political candidates. Is this constitutional?
Hosted by Liberty editor Lincoln Steed, each half hour episode of "Liberty Insider" examines a contemporary news item, proposed piece of legislation, or international event and its religious liberty implications.
Presidential campaigns seem to last forever. This time around is no different. Debates, sound bites, and personal jabs seem to dominate the landscape. Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, shares some insights and suggestions as to how we can deal with the chaos.