Safeguarding Religious Liberty in Charitable Choice and Faith-Based Initiatives

Daniel Horowitz, Derek C. Araujo, Paul Kurtz, Ronald A. Lindsay, Ruth Mitchell, Toni Van Pelt

The following article was developed as a position paper by the Center for Inquiry’s Office of Public Policy in Washington, D.C., and released on February 6, 2009. The reviewers were Paul Kurtz, Derek Araujo, Ronald A. Lindsay, and Toni Van Pelt.—Eds.


Government-funded social-service programs conducted by religious organizations are becoming increasingly sectarian. The Center for Inquiry (CFI) believes this trend threatens religious liberty.

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