Originally published 10/27/2015
One of America’s most famously Christian businesses is amassing a vast collection of Biblical antiquities. The problem is some of them may have been looted from the Middle East.
Originally published 07/23/2014
Corporations, it turns out, really are people. And that could be very bad news for the rest of us.
Originally published 07/18/2014
The development of a Bible museum has long been a dream of the Oklahoma-based Green family.
Originally published 07/14/2014
Dr. Emma Long
Some of the nuance of the Court’s opinion has been overlooked.
Originally published 07/09/2014
Property v. Liberty: The Supreme Court’s Radical Break with Its Historical Treatment of Corporations
Ruth H. Bloch and Naomi R. Lamoreaux
The expansive language is at odds with the way the Court has treated corporations historically.
Originally published 06/23/2014
The Green Collection, according to the Green Scholars Initiative website, “is among the world’s largest private collection of rare biblical texts and artifacts."
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