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Christian friends group reading and study bible together in home or Sunday school at church with window light
Christian friends group reading and study bible together in home or Sunday school at church with window light

Religious Freedom: Biden Policy Not Where Administration’s Mouth Is

Until President Biden protects the right to act in the public square here at home consistently with one’s religious beliefs, his administration’s support for International Religious Freedom Day has to be judged so much hot air. Read More ›
Sam Brownback at CPAC, February 28, 2015
Sam Brownback at CPAC, February 28, 2015
Governor Sam Brownback of Kansas speaking at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland.
Photo by Gage Skidmore via @flickr.

Ambassador Sam Brownback on Human Rights and Religious Freedom

Wesley J. Smith talks with Senator Sam Brownback, who served as Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom and as governor of Kansas from 2011 to 2018. Religious freedom is a crucial aspect of human exceptionalism because it is a fundamental human rights issue. Smith and Brownback discuss COVID, free exercise versus the freedom to worship, issues in China, India, and Turkey, and much else.

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