• Prison

    Religion in the Prison Yard

    In a recent editorial, Byron Johnson emphasizes the benefits of religious freedom for prison inmates and chaplains. He also comments on Holt v. Hobbs, a Supreme Court case about an Arkansas inmate's half-inch beard.

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    Religion and Family Life

    Writing for Cornerstone, RFP scholar Brad Wilcox examines the effect of religion on family life. Overall, he finds a positive correlation between levels of religious adherence, marriage, and child-rearing.

    Study also published in First Things


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    Roger Trigg Supports Conscience Clause

    Former RFP scholar Roger Trigg spoke in Belfast last week, arguing that Christians should be exempt from certain laws that violate their conscience. Trigg believes that Christian values are being undermined by the secular neutrality of the British state.

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    Timothy Shah Visits Episcopal Academy

    On October 8, Timothy Shah delivered a lecture on “Religious Freedom in a World of Religious Diversity: The Human Rights Issue of the 21st Century" at the Episcopal Academy in Philadelphia. While at Episcopal, Shah also visited a World Religions & Ethics class and the Model UN student group.

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    RFP Student Receives Honor

    Kelly Thomas, a senior at Georgetown and RFP research assistant, will receive an honorable mention in the J. Reuben Clark Law Society writing competition. Kelly analyzed the role of religious freedom in establishing stable democracies abroad.

    Read more about the competition here.

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    New RFP Publication

    The Religious Freedom Project's latest publication, Which Model, Whose Liberty, is now available online. It contains an edited transcript of our conference on the US and European approaches to religious liberty.

    See the event page here.

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