Religious Liberty

Important Articles from the Witherspoon Institute

By The Editor

Aristotelian-Thomism in the Modern World  &  What Can a Modern Philosopher Teach Us About Natural Law? Peonage for the Twenty-First Century Abortion: A Public Issue Conservatives and the Constitution James Stoner: Is There a Moral…

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The National Day of Prayer and the doctrine of “tolerable acknowledgment” (Part 3)

By John Biver

Most governmental acknowledgements of religion are in the form of symbols, like the representation of Moses in the Supreme Court Chamber, or the motto, “In God We Trust,” authorized to be printed on all the currency of the United States. To suggest that this symbol means that the U.S. Treasury Department promotes trust in God is to suggest something that is far-fetched.

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