Considering religious freedom within the context of politics is important because of its implications on individuals, organizations, and society overall.
This is post 3 of 3 in the series “Religion and Science - A Reformed Perspective”
Dealing with Apparent Conflicts
In my two previous articles I described four models of religion-science interactions. …
This is post 2 of 3 in the series “Religion and Science - A Reformed Perspective”
The previous article described four models of the interaction of science and religion:
Conflict: religion and …
This is post 1 of 3 in the series “Religion and Science - A Reformed Perspective”
We live in a scientific age. The impacts of science and technology are all around us, …
What is religious liberty and what does it mean for Christians today?
All religions must grapple honestly with issues of violence, both in terms of the limits and means of righteous zeal and in terms of the ultimate goals of the movement. One potentially instructive way for the monotheistic religions to do this may be to ask the question “How do we imagine the Kingdom of God?”