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What Is Freedom Of Conscience And Why Does It Matter?

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The Benedict Option

Around the year 500, a man called Benedict fled from Rome to a forest to escape the revelry of city life. He spent three years in a cave as a hermit, preserving his own virtue and praying for society's moral restoration. But does a medieval monastic story have modern-day significance? Rod

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Getting Along, Despite Differences

In a globalized world where ideas, religions and ethnic groups collide, the question remains, can we find a way through? Even former President Bill Clinton recently remarked, “We only have one remaining bigotry. We don’t want to be around anybody who disagrees with us.” In this talk, historian and

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Religious Freedom and the Common Good

At times, preserving religious liberty has been dismissed as nothing more than a partisan effort to protect Christians from a messy world. But there is a deeper question in play: how can we pursue the common good in a world of divergent and deeply held convictions? Andy Crouch, author and

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Principled Pluralism

From debates about the hiring practices of churches to rumors of community adherence to Sharia law, Americans have long been facing questions regarding the role of various religions in public life. As our nation grows increasingly diverse, can we coexist without compromising those principles we hold dear? Gideon Strauss says

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