Wednesday, July 24, 2019
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Christianising Samoa’s constitution and religious freedom in the Pacific

While it may seem ideal, a country declaring itself a Christian nation comes with a number of serious issues.

Freedom of speech under attack

There is much more at stake in the same-sex marriage debate than the definition of marriage.

Religious liberty: worth fighting for

What happens when commonly held societal values collide with deeply ingrained Christian values like traditional marriage and the right for Adventist schools to preserve their special character?

Adventist leader discusses sexuality with UN

Dr Ganoune Diop, the top religious freedom advocate of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, spoke to a high-level United Nations conference about the various views of human sexuality in light of the Bible’s teachings.

Restoration

A decisive vote was taken in regards to ordination at last year's General Conference Session. Yet many questions remain.

Cool

The social media storm over the "War on Christmas" has begun, with "stupid Christians" being blamed for the swell of negativity.

When politics is no longer an excuse

The drawing shown above is disturbing. What’s more disturbing is it was created by a seven-year-old. There are times when human need should take precedence over politics.

Church set for religious freedom roundtable

The debate over religious freedom has become an ideological battleground. The natural temptation is to raise the drawbridge and prepare for siege warfare. But it’s the wrong response.

Hiring rights

Should Adventists have the legal right to hire along faith lines in our institutions? Adventist Record editor James Standish says "yes".

US Supreme Court accepts discrimination case

The Supreme Court of the United States on Thursday accepted its first workplace religious freedom case in nearly 30 years, one that Seventh-day Adventists and other faith groups had urged the nation’s top court to grant.
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