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  • Thomas C. Oden [1931-2016]

    • The reason I am now trying to write almost nothing that is currently relevant is that tomorrow it will be less relevant. I am seeking to understand what is perennially true, not ephemerally
  • Resisting global governance

    • The following essay is excerpted and adapted from What’s Wrong with Global Governance? ( Acton Institute 2016 ). The term global governance refers to the political dimension of globalization
  • Double-edged sword: the power of the Word

    • John 5:20-21 For the Father loves the Son and shows him all he does. Yes, and he will show him even greater works than these, so that you will be amazed. For just as the Father raises the
  • Stories from the worst regimes

    • The most powerful weapons against totalitarian regimes are the defectors. Their stories of hardship and resilience show us the power of the common man or woman and give us glimpses into the
  • Editor's Note

    • The unofficial theme for Religion & Liberty ’s first issue in 2017 is despotism. In the following pages, you’ll find stories from the Soviet Union, a close look into the North Korea regime
  • Winning Hearts, Minds and Souls

    • This issue of Religion & Liberty features an article on Arthur Koestler’s classic novel Darkness at Noon, which reminds us of the soul-crushing apparatus of the Soviet state under Stalin in
  • Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton [1757 – 1854]

    • I cannot spare myself or others. My Maker has pointed out this duty to me and has given me the ability and inclination to perform it. Known to most as “Eliza” and to her husband and closest