Here’s an essay I wrote for Principium about political lessons to be learned from Lajos Ordass, the Hungarian confessor bishop. The Nature of Christian Political Action: Lessons from the Witness of Bishop Ordass “For Christians, to find the right form… Read More ›
HUNGARY: Deregistration of religious communities – A professor of Texas Lutheran University reacts to MEP György Hölvenyi’s comment
Originally posted on Forum for Religious Freedom Europe:
____________________________ HUNGARY: Deregistration of religious communities – A professor of Texas Lutheran University reacts to MEP György Hölvenyi’s comment Published by Human Rights Without Frontiers (HRWF) ____________________________ (HRWF) – Following the publication of…
The following editorial was first published in the Dutch paper Reformatorisch Dagblad on October 7, 2014, then republished in the online edition of the paper with the title “Tijd voor Orban om open kaart te spelen.” My original English text… Read More ›
Here’s what I think about the situation in Ukraine. From a recent issue of The Cresset.
I recently submitted an expert opinion in support of a legal petition filed in Hungary by the Church of God United Pentecostal Church. Church of God in Hungary is affiliated with United Pentecostal Church International based in the United States. The… Read More ›
In March 2013, the U.S. Helsinki Commission held a hearing titled “The Trajectory of Democracy: Why Hungary Matters.” I was solicited to submit written testimony on the condition of religious freedom in Hungary. Afterwards my testimony was made available on… Read More ›