Gregory Hamilton

Northwest Religious Liberty Association president

The Temptation of Power

The legislative and executive branches of the U.S. government are currently seeking to repeal the Johnson Amendment, the 1954 provision in the U.S.

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Restoring Our Public Relevance: The 25-Year Legacy of the Northwest Religious Liberty Association

Because of their prophetic beliefs, Seventh-day Adventists have imagined a world without religious freedom perhaps more than most people of faith.

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Francis Schaeffer's Shortsighted Bottom Line

“In A Christian Manifesto, one of the most influential books written in the twentieth century, theologian and philosopher Francis Schaeffer revived the traditional Christian v

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Persecuted

The images are burned into history: Bible-based believers persecuted, even put to death for their faith.

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What Religious Freedom Means to Me

I believe in freedom of religion, not freedom from religion or freedom to enforce religion on others based on my beliefs, particularly acts of worship.

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NRLA Meets to Further Religious Liberty

The Northwest Religious Liberty Association is the government relations and mediation services ministry of the North Pacific Union Conference.

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Adventist Voters Face a World of Change

Americans are worried. The changes in our world that began after the September 11 tragedies have not abated. Americans see the world as they have known it spinning out of control.

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America's Would-be Saviors

It is not just the Pope who is drawing hundreds of thousands, with throngs pressing all about to get a glimpse of him, and maybe even a touch of his hand.

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Evangelicals and Catholics United

Some people have taken their anti-Catholic activities to an extreme extent. This article is not intended as an attack on Catholics or conservative Evangelicals.

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Should Adventists Speak Up on Marriage?

The images have been splashed across the news in recent months—same-sex partners beaming at the altar with hundreds more lined up, ready and waiting to become legally joi

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