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  • Danielphilpott No Human Rights without God


    Daniel Philpott wrote an article for openDemocracy on the impossibility of human rights without God, arguing that belief in God provides the logical basis behind human rights. Without the existence of a God who is omnipotent and who takes personal interest in creation, the concept of rights dissolves into incomprehensibility.
  • Anisarkissian Politics and Civil Society in Turkey


    RFP Associate Scholar Tony Gill interviews fellow RFP scholar Ani Sarkissian to discuss politics and civil society in Turkey. Dr. Sarkissian explains that government prohibitions on overtly ethnic or religious civil associations have failed to have the intended effect of broadening participation in civil society.

    related | Religious freedom and political stability
  • Rogertrigg Roger Trigg Examines Religious Diversity


    Former RFP associate scholar Roger Trigg has published a new book with Cambridge University Press. In Religious Diversity: Philosophical and Political Dimensions, Trigg examines the complexities of secularism, tolerance, and relativism. He also analyzes the political implications of increasing religious diversity.
  • Usarmyiraq2007 Farr Comments on US Strategy in Iraq


    The National Catholic Register quoted Tom Farr in its analysis of US strategy in Iraq. Farr suggests that sectarian violence could have been avoided if the United States had promoted religious freedom as a non-military means of preventing religious extremism.
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    The Religious Freedom Project is now on Facebook! Please visit our page for updates on our blog, scholars, and other related news and events.
  • 140324rfpeverybodysbusinesslegaleconomicpoliticalimplicationsreligiousfreedom Reactions to Burwell v. Hobby Lobby


    On our Cornerstone blog, writers respond to Monday's Supreme Court decision regarding religious freedom and Hobby Lobby. Read analysis from Tom Farr and Steven D. Smith.

    response | Ira Lupu and Robert Tuttle

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