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When Bryn Esplin and Fatma Marouf heard about the wretched conditions at the Trump administration’s concentration camps for children, they knew they had enough love to share. They approached a local child welfare agency and offered to foster refugee children, but were turned away for the most insulting reason possible. The Catholic-run agency told them that their marriage isn’t “holy” and refused to work with them to help get children out of the overcrowded government centers where some are kept...

The religious right is hardly a monolith, although it’s easy (and simpler) to think of it that way. As a group, it is composed primarily of conservative evangelicals. But even within that group, there are significant and subtle differences. Perhaps the biggest difference is around something called Dominionism. Dominionism has multiple names but a single goal: establishing a kind of Christian version of Sharia law. “The people who belong to this movement go by different names — Reconstructionists, Theonomists, Dominionists —...

Anytime the Trump administration announces an initiative on human rights, you can bet it’s not about expanding them. That’s obviously the case with the new advisory panel meant to look at rights in the context of “natural law,” a code phrase for anti-LGBTQ prejudice. There’s plenty of reason to be skeptical of the panel, starting with the fact that it originated under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s watch. Pompeo has a well-documented hatred of LGBTQ rights and is such a...

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