Soviet Union

Religious Freedom, Now, Everywhere? Proceed Slowly, from the Bottom.

By: Anthony Gill.

John Owen makes a strong case for caution when advocating for religious freedom in countries lacking basic human liberties. He correctly points out that sudden changes in the legal structure of a nation may often harm the individuals whom those changes seek to protect, using the case of sixteenth-century France to nicely illustrate his point. 

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