Which of the secular trend trends are you most excited about in the coming year?
The 2018 year has been a banner year for the rise of the “religious right,” with a number of major developments this year, including the election of Donald Trump, the rise in popularity of the alt-right, and the rise and subsequent resurgence of religious nationalism.
The religious right has been the main target of the movement since its rise in the 1990s, and it has gained prominence in both parties and on both sides of the aisle.
This year has seen some significant developments in both the politics of religious right and its support within the Republican Party, but the real focus of this article is on the secular trends, which continue to grow at a steady pace and which we hope will continue to increase in the years to come.
The secular trends are the ones that most concern us as we look ahead to the next year.
The trend that we’re most excited for in 2018 is the rise, and continuing rise, of religious conservatives.
For a number years now, the religious right’s political base has largely been drawn from religious Americans, many of whom, like the religious conservatives, are evangelical Christians.
They are overwhelmingly white, male, and older.
The vast majority of religious Americans identify as Christians and adhere to a religious identity and doctrine.
These groups, in turn, have historically supported religious liberty, with religious liberty often being viewed as the best way to protect the rights of religious people.
In many respects, however, religious liberty has been hijacked by the Religious Right, and religious freedom is being pushed into the background.
In this sense, religious freedom has become a rallying cry for the Religious Left.
It is not a legitimate right.
Religious conservatives, by contrast, are people who identify as religiously unaffiliated, or simply not affiliated with any particular faith, but have no qualms about being religiously intolerant and homophobic.
For many of them, the Christian faith is viewed as being the only legitimate way to live and to defend the freedoms that they enjoy.
It should come as no surprise that many of the Religious Freedom Restoration Acts passed in the 20th century, which allowed for the right of religious freedom to be violated and denied, were passed to protect this particular religious right.
This has resulted in the Religious right using their newfound power to try to overturn many of these laws.
The Religious Right is also using the power of their religious beliefs to push for legislation, including bills that would allow for churches to discriminate against LGBTQ people, and for schools to be required to allow gay students to use the bathrooms of their choice.
In 2018, however.
Religious Right leaders and lawmakers have made a concerted effort to push through these bills and others that will further restrict religious freedom and to further marginalize LGBTQ people and others who have been discriminated against in the past.
The legislation, which is being promoted as an attempt to protect religious freedom, has been used to justify a massive expansion of anti-LGBTQ discrimination in the US, including by the Trump administration.
This is the first time in American history that the Religious Rights and Religious Liberty Restoration Acts have been used as a political tool to advance discriminatory policies.
Religious right leaders and politicians are using the Religious Liberty Act and other laws to further undermine LGBTQ rights.
Religious liberty is now under attack, and we’re all paying the price.
Religious freedom is under attack.
It’s been under attack for decades, but we’re not just seeing it in the United States, we’re seeing it all over the world.
The United States is a major world power and a global leader in terms of its human rights record.
Its laws and policies are among the most progressive and open in the world, and its religious freedom record is among the best in the developed world.
However, the Religious Free Speech Act and the Religious Privacy Act, which were passed in 2015 and 2016, are the latest efforts by the US government to take away LGBTQ people’s freedom of religion and conscience.
These two laws were passed under the Obama administration, which was the first president to sign these bills.
It was the second time in history that a President signed these bills into law, and both of these bills are on track to be signed by President Donald Trump in the near future.
We’re also seeing a trend that is happening worldwide, where religious liberty is being used to marginalize and marginalize religious people and organizations.
As the Religious Community Center reported in its 2017 report, Religious Freedom and Religious Discrimination in the UK, religious leaders in the Muslim community have also been using their religious freedom rights to target LGBT people, specifically targeting transgender people.
The UK has a history of being a hotbed of homophobia and transphobia, and one of the main reasons for this is that many religious people have long felt that they are at the bottom of society, and that they have no power in the society.
The majority of Muslims in the country have a very negative view of women, and believe that they should be treated in a way that is different from what the mainstream society expects of