RFP within the Knowledge Resources

Christianity Sourcebook

As part of its mission to encourage scholarship in the area of religious freedom, the Religious Freedom Project is producing a series of printed and digital sourcebooks. Each book contains annotated bibliographies of literature and collections of primary documents. This is the digital sourcebook on Christianity and religious freedom; additional books in the series will cover: the origins and development of religious freedom in Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism; religious freedom and violent religious extremism; religious freedom and economic, social, and political development; and the status of religious freedom in the United States and Europe.

Islam Sourcebook

As part of its mission to encourage scholarship in the area of religious freedom, the Religious Freedom Project is producing a series of printed and digital sourcebooks. Each book contains annotated bibliographies of literature and collections of primary documents. This is the digital sourcebook on Islam and religious freedom; other books in the series will cover: the origins and development of religious freedom in Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism; religious freedom and violent religious extremism; religious freedom and economic, social, and political development; and the status of religious freedom in the United States and Europe.

Judaism Sourcebook

As part of its mission to encourage scholarship in the area of religious freedom, the Religious Freedom Project is producing a series of printed and digital sourcebooks. Each book contains annotated bibliographies of literature and collections of primary documents. This is the digital sourcebook on Judaism and religious freedom; other books in the series will cover: the origins and development of religious freedom in Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism; religious freedom and violent religious extremism; religious freedom and economic, social, and political development; and the status of religious freedom in the United States and Europe.

Proselytism (Religious Freedom)

Proselytism is among the most controversial issues at the intersection of religion and world affairs. The right to have and to share one's religious faith is recognized in international law. But so too is the right of religious communities to maintain their identities. When is missionary work an expression of religious freedom? And when does it violate the rights of others? This site provides an overview of key definitions and other resources.

Religious Freedom

Religious freedom is an increasingly salient issue on the global agenda. The resources assembled here, with the support of the Religious Freedom Project, map key organizations, programs, and documents relating to religious freedom, both domestically and internationally. They range from official government initiatives to key reports and think tanks whose work informs ongoing debates in the field. The resources are in an initial phase of development. Comments and suggestions are very welcome.

Religious Liberty

This collection gathers together key candidate statements on religious freedom from the 2012 primary and general election campaigns, addressing America's constitutional heritage and contemporary challenges that arise as faith-based institutions seek to partner with the government to promote the common good.

Religious Liberty in U.S. Political Rhetoric

Religion has long been a staple of American politics. At the national level presidents and candidates for the highest office have continually evoked religious themes, whether addressing foreign policy, social, economic, and social issues, or their own convictions. This collection gathers together key candidate statements from primary and general election campaigns and past presidential statements on religious freedom, addressing America's constitutional heritage and contemporary challenges that arise as faith-based institutions seek to partner with the government to promote the common good both domestically and internationally.
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