(Guest post by Greg Forster)
I think the JPGB post I’m most proud of is my nomination of Wim Nottroth for the Al Copeland award. I was deeply honored, of course, to have my nominee go on to win “the Al.” But I was even more honored to help more people learn about Nottroth and what he did for all of us.
Readers interested in similar threats to liberty may have been following the case now pending in Germany, where a rabbi is under criminal investigation for the “offense” of circumcising children. For those who are interested, over on the new group blog I edit called Hang Together, I offer four lessons Americans can learn from the German circumcision case as we wrestle with our own struggles on religious freedom.