Ep. 72 – Moe & Nathan Go to School #9, Bettina Krause

Moe Stiles and Nathan Brown interview Bettina Kraise about religious freedom and human rights.

Bettina Krause is the recently appointed editor of Liberty magazine, based at the North American Division. A lawyer by training, she has previously served at the General Conference in the departments of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, and Communications. She spoke with Moe and Nathan about religious liberty, where it fits in the larger discussion of human rights and what she wishes the church understood more about these issues.

SHOW NOTES

Liberty magazine: https://www.libertymagazine.org

Nathan’s article: “Walk With Us” in the Australia edition of Signs of the Times

Link to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

CONCLUSION

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