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Some regions of Nigeria now devoid of Christians

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The abuse of ‘human rights’

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Hostility to tradition

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Government to pay fees of Conestoga attorneys

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Christian counselors forced to choose faith or job

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California Supreme Court versus Boy Scouts

Wyoming House Judiciary Committee passes RFRA bill

GITMO inmate invoking RFRA wants only male guards during transfers

Big government restrictions on religious freedom keep losing in court

Chin Christians ready to go to jail to stop cross removal

Human rights complaint against Ontario school board filed by atheist

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China’s crackdown surprised some churches building ‘grander’ facilities

Mexico: Dozens of Protestants refused re-entry to village after being expelled

India investigates reports of mass ‘reconversion’ of Christians

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With Mormons evolving on social issues, Catholics and Baptists press on

Advocates on both sides argue IRS should clarify pulpit endorsement rule

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Sexual-behavior rules can’t disqualify Canadian law school from accreditation

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Air Force officials review article lauding NCO’s missionary work

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Canadian court upholds religious freedom of law students

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Atlanta fire chief files discrimination complaint

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