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Women Who Have Advocated For And Impacted Religious Freedom

Women’s History Month started this week, and we are recognizing the important role that women have played in fighting for the separation of church and state and religious freedom.

Though women have been essential throughout America’s history in separating church and state, their impact is often overlooked.

Women are often discriminated against on the basis of religion and thus an essential part of the population to consider when considering the fight for church state separation.

Longing For Liberty: Susan Jacoby's New Book Traces Conversion's Connection To Religious Freedom

Strange Gods: A Secular History Of Conversion by Susan Jacoby, Pantheon Books, 464 pp.


Susan Jacoby, the author of The Age of Unreason, Freethinkers and other books, tackles the thorny subject of religious conversion in her compelling new release from Pantheon Books.

Strange Gods: A Secular History of Conversion critically examines conversion narratives, mostly within the context of Western Christianity, and provides them with historical and cultural context often omitted in other re­tel­lings.

Mr. Madison's Momentous Missive: Correcting That 'Old Error' About Religion And Government

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