Ramadan: The Most Holy Month for 1.6 Billion People Worldwide
For some 23 percent of the people of Earth, the holiest month of the year begins this week. The first day of Ramadan is observed according to the local visibility of the new crescent moon.
Video Adds Dimension to the Pew Study on Restrictions on Religion
Although presented in 2013, the TEDx talk by Brian J. Grim, founder and president of the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation, adds dimension to the numbers in the most recent Pew Study on Restrictions on Religion.
What Can Interreligious Dialogue Do For Peace?
Church of Scientology European Office for Public Affairs and Human Rights hosted a conference on the scriptural roots of interreligious dialogue, organized by the European Interreligious Forum for Religious Freedom.
The Charter of Religious Rights and Freedoms
Professor Pieter Coertzen, chairperson of the South Africa Council for Religious Rights and Freedoms, and professor Rassie Malherbe, advisor to the Council, have written the Charter of Religious Rights and Freedoms.
The Role of Religious Freedom in Building Safe, Happy and Successful Societies
Religious freedom advocates address the All Party Parliamentary Group for International Freedom of Religion or Belief of the UK.
Scientology Religion is Ranked Among the Best Religious Blogs
In its 2018 Blog Awards, Feedspot, a content reader and social network for RSS users, has ranked the ScientologyReligion.org blog at number 10 in the category, “Top 50 Religious Blogs and Websites about the World of Religion.”
A Prayer for Total Freedom on National Day of Prayer
In honor of National Day of Prayer we present A Prayer for Total Freedom, recited by the congregation at the conclusion of the Scientology Sunday service in Churches around the world.
20% of Baby Boomers Have Become More Religious After 65
A study published in the Journal of Population Aging investigated the correlates of change in religiosity among baby boomers as they aged from their 50s to their 60s.
In Memoriam: Dr. James Cone, Father of Black Liberation Theology
The late Rev. Dr. James Hal Cone once described himself as “the angriest theologian in America.” He is known as the founder of Black Liberation Theology.
Interview with Germany’s New Anti-Semitism Commissioner
German government’s new commissioner for anti-Semitism voices concerns about current trends in his country.