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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

In defense of the right to offend
By Charles C. Haynes Amid the Muhammad cartoon furor, we should remember that freedom of religion does not mean freedom from offense.   02.19.06



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