Articles on Religious Liberty

Friday was the 60th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision by the United Sates Supreme Court. Unfortunately, much of evangelicalism has failed to honor this anniversary, missing an opportunity to bear witness to human dignity and... Continue...

It is sometimes difficult to conceive that our Founding Fathers might have writer’s block.  When we think of our founding era and the efforts to encapsulate this great experiment in democracy, we sometimes think what we now know as the... Continue...

The overlords of today’s secular enterprise want the role of religion displaced from public life. On Monday, the Supreme Court handed down an important decision that works against the goals of the naked public square, instead helping stake out religion’s value... Continue...

Today, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to uphold the right of Greece, New York citizens to begin its municipal meetings in prayer. Writing for the majority, Justice Kennedy argues that, These ceremonial prayers strive for the idea that people of many... Continue...

The question for this episode is, “What do you think is the biggest threat to religious liberty, and how should the church respond?” Well, I mean I think the biggest threat right now when it comes to religious liberty has... Continue...

The conscience is a curious thing. It is part of each of us, and yet seems to operate independently of us. It’s like a little piece of the image of God that isn’t quite in step with our wills. An... Continue...

“When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?” This frequently cited quote is often misattributed to John Maynard Keynes or Winston Churchill. But since no one knows the originator, I’ll claim it as my own.... Continue...

This week a well known company whose products I have used for years made national headlines. Why? They made a controversial decision based on their closely held corporate convictions in response to a national outcry. They were criticized by those... Continue...

  Since the early nineteenth century, gentile governments in Europe have been concerned with the question of Jewish dietary practices. This interest has been rekindled by the immigration of large numbers of Muslims into Europe in recent decades, since Muslim... Continue...

Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt taken from remarks at the Fortnight for Freedom, used with permission from the author. The need for this article rose from recent actions of the government which indicate that religious freedom may be... Continue...