The USCIRF Is Only Cursing the Darkness - 2002-10-01

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F169.png The USCIRF Is Only Cursing the Darkness October 1, 2002, Robert A. Seiple, Christianity Today

The increasingly irrelevant U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom seems intent on attacking even those countries making improvements.

The question came during a meeting of the newly formed U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). The Commission had been established by the 1998 International Religious Freedom Act, and now, in its early stages, was feeling out the best way to pursue its congressional mandate. As discussion came around to the Commission's approach, one of the commissioners posed the question, "Are we to light a candle or curse the darkness? I assume we are to curse the darkness . …" No one questioned the answer. This was a critical moment, in which a corporate identity was being formed and the raison d'être of the Commission was being articulated. It was a critical moment — and cursing the darkness carried the day.

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