I am not against Big Business having a voice, just not all the voices, and especially not an impersonator pretending to speak for God.
Religion and Democracy articles on Democracy Chronicles
These articles on Religion and Democracy concern the relationship with the world's many organized collections of beliefs, cultural systems, and worldviews that relate humanity to the supernatural and spirituality. This section also includes our articles about how the relationship between secularism and atheism with democracy. Also check out our section on World Democracy.
Religiously speaking, the incoming 118th Congress looks like America — that is, the America of decades past, rather than today.
Churches fretted over losing their tax-exempt status for even unintentional missteps. But the IRS has abdicated its enforcement responsibilities.
I watched a series on Netflix, called The Family. It wasn’t a Charles Manson program but just as interesting none the less.
Although it prides itself with being the world’s largest democracy, India has come under the spotlight for anti-democratic trends.
Anyone who says that the evolution of law has nothing to do with politics is either very corrupt or very stupid. Laws evolved through the centuries.
A constellation of beliefs known as Christian nationalism is linked to support for political violence in the U.S, according to new research.
New book highlights the use of religious identity to fuel the rise of illiberal, nationalist, and populist democracy.
President Biden is facing more pressure from Religious leaders to shepherd the passage of voting rights legislation through the Senate.
The services marketed by social media firm Voyager raise concerns about how the use of such products by police threatens rights.