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Liberator (Palm Sunday)

When Jesus came to Jerusalem, the crowds welcomed him as a political savior. Well-meaning people mixed faith with politics, and they got it all wrong. How, then, should our faith inform our politics – and what are the risks if we get it wrong? 7 more words


Holy Week in New Hampshire, Ten Months Before the Primary

Last week, just after Senator Rand Paul announced his candidacy for the Republican Presidential nomination, a new message hit my email box:

I live and pastor in New Hampshire, so political emails and phone calls are not unexpected, even though I am still relatively new to the state. 759 more words

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Capitol Connection 2015 After Action Video

Capitol Connection held its annual meeting March 23-25 and released the following video teaser of the event.

A complete video report will be published soon. Capitol Connection 2016 will be March 14-16. 6 more words

1st Amendment

In the Quest to Understand the Concept of Separation between Church and State

In the Quest to Understand the Concept of Separation between Church and State

Washington D.C January 2013

In Kenya, the term separation between church and state is not usually a welcome statement in the public domain even though our present constitution now clearly states that Kenya is a secular state and that there is as a matter of fact separation between Church (read Religion) and State. 1,130 more words


March Madness Foul: The Freedom From Religion Atheist Group Attacks Top NCAA Basketball Teams Over Chaplains

MADISON, Wis., March 27, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — March Madness is sweeping the United States for the NCAA Basketball Championships. At the same time, the Freedom From Religion (FFR) is harassing six teams for having chaplains. 355 more words


"Funding Religious Heritage" (Fornerod, ed.)

This May, Ashgate Publishing will release “Funding Religious Heritage” edited by Anne Fornerod (University of Strasbourg).  The publisher’s description follows:

This collection brings together a group of highly respected law and religion scholars to explore the funding of religious heritage in the context of state support for religions. 163 more words

Scholarship Roundup

New Trend: ‘Radically Inclusive’ Churches That Embrace All Religions And All Lifestyles

The Clergy betrayed liberty a long, long time ago.

Egalitarianism really IS a “revolt against nature.” It is simply NOT NATURAL for all types of cultures to voluntarily associate in an “all inclusive” way.   1,875 more words