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Free to Serve What Do Hobby Lobby, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Wheaton College, World Vision, The Little Sisters Of The Poor, And The University Of Notre Dame Have In Common All Are Faith Based Organizations That Have Faced Pressure To Act Contrary To Their Religious Beliefs In This Book, Two Policy Experts Show How Faith Based Groups Those Active In The Educational, Healthcare, International Aid And Development, And Social Service Fields Can Defend Their Ability To Follow Their Religiously Based Beliefs Without Having To Jettison The Very Faith And Faith Based Practices That Led Them To Provide Services To Those In Need They Present A Pluralist Vision For Religious Freedom For Faith Based Organizations Of All Religious Traditions The Book Includes Case Studies That Document The Challenges Faith Based Organizations Face To Freely Follow The Practices Of Their Religious Traditions And Analyzes These Threats As Originating In A Common, Yet Erroneous, Set Of Assumptions And Attitudes Prevalent In American Society Helpful Perspectives From Experts Representing Various Faith Traditions Are Also Interspersed Throughout The Book.

[Ebook] ↠ Free to Serve  Author Stephen V. Monsma – Viagraonl1ne.us
  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Free to Serve
  • Stephen V. Monsma
  • English
  • 10 May 2019
  • 1587433737

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ↠ Free to Serve Author Stephen V. Monsma – Viagraonl1ne.us


  1. says:

    A solid, introductory look at religious organizations both for and non profit within the United States and the increasing legal challenges they face I have spent the past three weeks obsessively reading religious freedom cases so I was looking for something a littlespecific and technical However, this was a good overview of the arguments for religious liberty and how recent rulings have hampered that liberty It is a tad repetitive at times I do not think the authors expected someon A solid, introductory look at religious organizations both for and non profit within the United States and the increa...


  2. says:

    Stephen V Monsma and Stanley W Carlson Thies, Free to Serve Protection the Religious Freedom of Faith Based Organizations Grand Rapids, MI Brazos Press, 2015 Paperback Kindle Author s Note This review originally appeared at InfluenceMagazine.com James 1 27 offers this memorable definition Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world For James, then, re Stephen V Monsma and Stanley W Carlson Thies, Free to Serve Protection the Religious Freedom of Faith Based Organizations Grand Rapids, MI Brazos Press, 2015 Paperback Kindle Author s Note This review originally appeared at InfluenceMagazine.com James 1 27 offers this memorable definition Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world For James, then, religion consists of a humanitarian and an integrity mandate Do good, we might say, and be good For Christians across the ages, the humanitarian mandate has produced charitable organizations of an enormous variety, from orphanages and schools to hospitals and relief agencies These organizations express the heart of God the Father for those in crisis, those in in need The...


  3. says:

    In June of 2010, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5 to 4 decision that Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco did not violate the First Amendment when it de recognized the campus chapter of the Christian Legal Society for its policy of requiring leaders and voting members of the group to affirm orthodox Christian beliefs and practices, including a prohibition on sexual conduct outside of marriage between a man and a woman Since that ruling, Christian student groups across the country have fa In June of 2010, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5 to 4 decision that Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco did not violate the First Amendment when it de recognized the campus chapter of the Christian Legal Society for its policy of requiring leaders and voting members of the group to affirm orthodox Christian beliefs and practices, including a prohibition on sexual conduct outside of marriage between a man and a woman Since that ruling, Christian student groups across the country have faced increased scrutiny and, in a variety of cases, have been de...


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    An Argument for Equality of Faith Based Social Groups and Service AgenciesThese two authors review the social and legal attitudes and rulings in recent years to compare student organizations on university campuses and non profit service agencies to contrast the treatment of religious and non religious, which has resulted in a growing discrimination against organizations with a faith based mission or foundation.They present campus and court decisions that have treated faith based organizations in An Argument for Equality of Faith Based Social Gro...


  5. says:

    This book helpfully introduces the current issues in religious freedom from a religious perspective It explains why, beyond the inflammatory headlines and chyrons of Fox and CNN, religious freedom matters to religious people of all faiths , and why the constitutional right truly does face opposition today One of the biggest problems today is that freedom of religion the freedom to live one s life according to the dictates of one s conscience gets conflated with freedom of worship assembly This book h...

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