2009, Volume 2, Issue 2 - International Journal for Religious Freedom
IJRF is the journal of the International Institute for Religious Freedom (IIRF). It is published bi-annually and aims to provide a platform for scholarly discourse on the issue of religious freedom in general and the persecution of Christians in particular.

We Introduce
Religious Liberty Commission

In my Opinion
Thinking twice about the minaret ban in Switzerland
Thomas K Johnson

Christian suffering and martyrdom: An opportunity for forgiveness and reconciliation
Richard Howell

Academic Articles
The role of government and judicial action in defining religious freedom: A Sri Lankan perspective
Roshini Wickremesinhe

The religious other as a threat: Religious persecution expressing xenophobia – a global survey of Christian-Muslim convivience
Christof Sauer

Christianity and democracy
Thomas Schirrmacher

Agonizing for you: Christian responses to religious persecution
Charles L Tieszen

Elizabeth Ton

Event Reports
Bad Urach Consultation 2009

Uniting in advocacy: Reflections on the Schwäbisch Gmünd Congress 2009
Michael Hausin and Christof Sauer

Schwäbisch Gmünd Call for Religious Freedom

Orissa: A call to action and a call to prayer
Religious Liberty Partnership

Possible dimensions of religious freedom
Paul A Marshall


Book Reviews

The International Institute for Religious Freedom

Call for submissions and instructions to contributors

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Posted : 2012-04-16 06:47:36 GMT
Author/Authors : Thomas K Johnson, Richard Howell, Roshini Wickremesinhe, Christof Sauer, Thomas Schirrmacher, Charles L Tieszen, Michael Hausin, Paul A Marshall
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Publication Date : 2009