Issue Briefs

By Staff
Oct 22, 2013

Here you will find various issue analysis and briefs written by ERLC staff.

Christian Citizenship

Capital Punishment: An Overview of Christian Perspectives
Written by Barrett Duke, Ph.D. and Joe Carter

ENDA and the Christian Response
Written by Andrew T. Walker

Payday Lending
Written by Barrett Duke, Ph.D.

Reconciling Windsor, DOMA, and State Marriage Policy:
The State Marriage Defense Act

Written by Andrew T. Walker and Matthew T. Hawkins


The Church and Civil Society

Southern Baptists Serving Their Neighbors: Service Initiatives of Southern Baptist Churches
Written by Marshall Griffin


Gamblingc

Casinos and Predatory Gambling
Written by Joe Carter

Gambling
Written by Joe Carter

Homosexuality

Defining Terms for a Defining Moment: Homosexuality in the New Testament
Written by Charles L. Quarles

10 Ways to Love Your Transgender Neighbor
Written by Denny Burk


Hunger

Global Hunger Relief
Written By Daniel J. Hurst


Life

11 Things You Should Know About Alzheimer’s Disease
Written by Benjamin Mast

Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Written by Joe Carter

End-of-Life Issues – The Dying Process
Written by Joe Carter

Human Cloning
Written by Joe Carter

Near Death Experiences
Written by David W. Jones

Surrogacy
Written by Joe Carter


Marriage

Marriage and Religious Freedom Act
Written by Andrew T. Walker

Your Church and the Same-Sex Marriage Decisions
Also available in Spanish
Written by Russell D. Moore


Pornography

The Effects of Pornography on the Male Brain
Written by Joe Carter


Religious liberty

Hobby Lobby, Conestoga Wood and Religious Liberty at the Supreme Court
Written by Travis Wussow and Andrew T. Walker

Town of Greece v. Galloway: What’s at Stake
Written by Travis Wussow and Andrew T. Walker

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