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Playing politics with the Bible: Coming to a school near you?
By Charles C. Haynes Public schools need to teach about the Bible, but not a prescribed, narrow interpretation.   04.16.06

In Afghanistan or America, theocracy and freedom cannot co-exist
By Charles C. Haynes Release of Christian convert from Islam reminds us that protection for religious liberty under a secular constitution is the only way to ensure freedom of conscience.   04.02.06

A moral battleground, a civil discourse
By Charles C. Haynes On 'Public Schools and Sexual Orientation: A First Amendment framework for finding common ground,' reprinted from USA TODAY.   03.20.06

Academic freedom for teachers? Post-Bennish, it’s a tough sell
By Charles C. Haynes Colorado teacher, student who recorded his remarks about Bush and Hitler were both out of bounds — and the big loser is classroom discussion.   03.19.06

Religious freedom: inherent right or gift of the state?
By Charles C. Haynes Supreme Court decision upholding church's right to use hallucinogenic tea should have been decided under First Amendment's free-exercise clause.   03.05.06



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