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    Cornerstone Debates Obergefell v. Hodges

    Responding to last week's Obergefell v. Hodges ruling, scholars discuss the implications of the decision for religious freedom and explore the wider role of religion in American public life.

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    Supreme Court to Rule on Gay Marriage

    In anticipation of Obergefell v. Hodges, Matthew Franck offers his own insight on the implications for religious freedom, especially in regards to the contested definition of marriage.

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    RFP On Twitter

    The Religious Freedom Project is now on Twitter. Follow our page for updates on religious freedom news and commentary.

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    RFP Scholars Leading Seminar in India

    Next week, the Religious Freedom Project's Timothy Shah, Rebecca Shah, and Robert Woodberry will be directing a two-week intensive seminar with the Nagel Institute, studying the drivers and consequences of economic and social change in India.

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    European Immigration Crisis

    As refugees from Africa and the Middle East continue to immigrate to the European Union, Cornerstone writers examine the religious freedom of these vulnerable minority groups.

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    Religious Freedom in Latin America

    RFP Associate Scholar Anthony Gill, an expert on church-state relations in Latin America, argues that religious freedom benefits both minority and majority faith groups by stimulating competition and innovation.

    related | Brian Grim on peaceful religious change in Brazil

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