Resources on Religious Liberty

Add your name to the statement. The California Assembly has proposed legislation that is harmful to the free exercise of religion in higher education. In particular, the legislation disadvantages low-income minority students who want an education at private religious colleges.... Continue...

How should Christians think through this political season? What direction is religious liberty headed in our nation? And what do these new realities mean for the future of the church? The ERLC is excited to partner with the Alliance Defending... Continue...

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission will partner with Alliance Defending Freedom to offer a free post-conference, “The 2016 Presidential Race, Religious Liberty and the Future of the Church,” Saturday, Aug. 27, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CDT for... Continue...

Hanging on the wall in my office is a framed set of letters written by a man named Jeremiah Moore. A relative told me that we are related, but whether we are or not by blood, I certainly think of... Continue...

I will be graduating from Biola University this fall with a Bachelor of Arts degree. As I reflect upon my time there, I am increasingly grateful for the influence of this institution. I transferred to Biola during my sophomore year,... Continue...

Soon, talking about your faith outside a church with a person who is not a member of your religion will be illegal in Russia. The new restriction comes as a part of a new bill called the “Yarovana Law,” which... Continue...

Today, at 10 a.m. EDT, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will assemble for a hearing on an important bill designed to protect religious liberty in the aftermath of Obergefell, the Supreme Court’s activist ruling that nationalized same-sex marriage.... Continue...

With stories now becoming too numerous to document, the war against religious liberty seems to accelerate with each passing week. But two episodes in the last week deserve extra attention because they demonstrate that there now appears to be no... Continue...

What just happened? Fort Des Moines Church of Christ of Des Moines, Iowa, has filed a federal lawsuit against the Iowa Civil Rights Commission to stop “the government from censoring the church’s teaching on biblical sexuality and from forcing the... Continue...

By nearly any measure, 2015 was the worst year to be a Christian in living memory. As the Obama administration and U.S. Congress recognized in early 2016, the so-called Islamic State has been perpetrating a genocide against Yezidis, Christians and... Continue...