Writing for Associated Baptist Press, Bill Leonard, Wake Forest Divinity School Professor, argues that the cause of religious liberty demands a response to the situation in Iraq facing religious minorities.
What might we citizens of more religiously pluralistic societies do in response to these atrocities? First, we might simply remember. We who bask in the sunlight of religious liberty, but often debate its meaning and boundaries, are reminded that violent, life-threatening religious persecution continues unabated in many regions of our world, producing brutal slaughter blasphemously proffered in God’s name.
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