November 1, 2010

Mainline Churches Take Up Rels. Freedom

Mark Tooley, American Spectator


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In their tragic slide toward the far left in the 1970s and 1980s, America's Mainline churches and their ecumenical councils largely lost interest in religious freedom and even the plight of persecuted Christians. Engagement with communist regimes and their allies took priority. In more recent years, liberal Protestants often have preferred similar collaboration with Islamist regimes rather open advocacy in defense of their Christian and other minority religious victims.

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