Handing a Christian leaflet to a stranger he passed on the street earned a Baptist in Uzbekistan 15 days in jail.

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Friday, 17 April 2015 08:17

Baptist in Kazakhstan faces jail

Baptist Nikolai Novikov refuses to pay a fine for handing out uncensored religious material, claiming the law he disobeyed is unjust.

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Four religious freedom and civil liberties groups say a scholarship program for children with disabilities violates a “No Aid” clause in the state’s constitution banning the use of public funds for religious indoctrination.

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What we all can learn from Indiana and its aftermath.

A proposal to declare Liberia a Christian nation is fomenting division between a Christian majority and Muslim minority in a country accustomed to civil war.

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Wednesday, 08 April 2015 07:06

Sex and religious liberty: 2015 and 1645

The more things change ...

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Catholic and Baptist leaders have joined in a statement calling for a serious national discussion of religious liberty, following failure to add conscience exceptions to religious liberty measures in Indiana and Arkansas.

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Georgia’s bid for a “religious liberty” bill died in committee in the 2015 General Assembly last week.

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Americans United for Separation of Church and State is representing four Kentucky taxpayers seeking to intervene in a lawsuit filed by Answers in Genesis, a Christian ministry that is suing a Kentucky office that denied it tax incentives.

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Russell Moore says he believes concerns that the state’s new religious liberty bill gives business owners a license to discriminate are overblown.

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