Disparaging Speech and Religious Discourse

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Amicus Says Trademark Case Impacts Religious Speech: The case of Lee v. Tam involves a free speech challenge to the government to deny trademark registration to a mark “which may disparage persons, living or dead, institutions, beliefs, or national symbols, or bring them into contempt, or disrepute.” An amicus brief now argues against this disparagement clause as […]

Kristof and Keller on the Usual Questions

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Am I a Christian, Pastor Timothy Keller? — This amiable exchange can alert students not yet inducted into the typical apologetics questions to what non-Christians and nominal Christians often ask about historically orthodox teachings. “What does it mean to be a Christian in the 21st century? Can one be a Christian and yet doubt the […]

Gallup 2016: Religion Decline Levels Off

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Five Key Findings on Religion in the U.S.  —  Religion remains an integral part of most Americans’ lives. Gallup’s ongoing research shows how this has changed over time. Gallup data in 2016 show a leveling off in downward trends in church attendance, the importance of religion and the perception that religion is losing influence in society.

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